On June 3 I hope the Glendale voting majority has the good sense, wisdom and boldness to vote "no" on the Glendale Unified School District's $186-million bond measure.
There are several reasons to vote "no" on this planned huge ball-and-chain debt.
For decades, the school board proved its negligence in fiscal responsibility and foresight toward building maintenance and capital expenditures.
Very few Glendale voters will have the chance to buy these bonds and grow richer with the fat cats who make much of their big money off of government borrowings at interest. The intended $186-million obligatory debauchery will not produce wealth to be spread among the people who will be forced to pay for it.