Saturday, April 2, 2011

The destruction of perfectly good historic buildings

Some folks don't know that I also have a blog that covers things going on in Concord, N.H. I, unfortunately, don't have a ton of time to spend on the blog. Between work and family, I'm pretty busy. However, when I can whip something for the site, I do.
Here are two links to the destruction of perfectly good, structurally sound, historic school buildings in our city:

http://ourconcord.blogspot.com/2011/04/disgraceful.html
http://ourconcord.blogspot.com/2011/03/shame.html

New Hampshire taxpayers should note that, yes, you're paying for this destruction, since the state is funding part of the $120 million elementary school consolidation scheme that will reduce Concord's elementary schools from eight to four, warehousing all of our young children into monstrous modern buildings.
I could go on and on and on about why this is so horrible. However, the pictures really do speak for themselves.

2 comments:

Mark de Zabaleta said...

"statesmen are like surgeons. their errors are fatal"
( Fran├žois Mauriac )

markdezabaleta

Mike Rice said...

Generic education being offered in Wal-Mart form. Brilliant!