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:

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.


Mark de Zabaleta said...

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


Mike Rice said...

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