From Harford County government:
Harford County Executive David R. Craig, along with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Tomback and Christopher Galm, from the U. S. Department of Energy will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony and press event to highlight the new energy efficient roof at the Ring Factory Elementary School in Bel Air. The new energy efficient roof supports County Executive Craig’s environmental initiatives to help provide for a sustainable future for the citizens of Harford County.
Ring Factory Elementary will be the first school in Harford County to implement “cool roof” technology. The project is collaboration between Harford County Government, Harford County Public Schools & the U.S. Department of Energy.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, September 7 at Ring Factory Elementary School on Emmorton Road in Bel Air.
RINO Hunter says
I am so glad the Craig administration is invested in important projects like building energy-efficient roofs. What an amazing accomplishment to be admired by all the teachers who haven’t seen a pay raise or the degreed individuals who can’t get teaching jobs in the county. Great work, guys!
Another Political Critic says
I thought you were going to go away after you dropped out of the election, but I guess since you support Fisher, we are going to have hear you all the way through the general.
What an ingorant statement. All the teachers, parents and students at Ring Factory are happy that they don’t have a roof that leaks, and it will also save the school system money on energy costs. Saving money…humm…if you truly are a RINO hunter, your core belifs should lead you to support anyting that saves money and reduces costs which then puts less of a burden on taxpayers. Also, as a RINO hunter should’nt you be against Teacher’s getting raises? Perhaps you are the RINO you claim to hunt.
RINO Hunter says
No, Meister, I should’nt [sic] be against Teacher’s [sic] getting raises. Your accusation sounds like what the Left has been caterwauling for decades: the evil Republicans don’t care about poor little you. Nonsense. People should be rewarded for the job they do if they do it well, and the Maryland Constitution states that there should be an efficiently-run education system in the state. The problem is that it’s NOT efficiently run. It’s a top-heavy structure where the administrators get loads of cash while teachers work part-time jobs to make their mortgage or rent payments. If you know anything about running a business (that old Republican pastime), when times are hard, you cut at the top–where the big salaries are–not at the bottom. Perhaps we could look at eliminating some unnecessary six-figure salaries and reallocate them within the school system to the more deserving employees, all without increasing costs. Also, I would challenge you to tell me why we’re erecting incredibly expensive structures when more modest ones would do, and putting Astroturf at high schools. HIGH SCHOOLS???