To the Editor,

While residential building is increasing across our county, to the delight of many in the real estate and construction industry, the cost of the public infrastructure required to support it is increasing as well, Education is a large percentage of that cost, but, un-like many government expenditures, providing an attractive educational environment creates value both inside and outside the classroom. Scholastic achievement, program choice, diversity in school size and location increases demand for housing, which raises property values and tax revenue without increasing the tax rate but in order to realize this benefit to the property owner, schools must be constructed, maintained and staffed in the first place and, unfortunately, our education system remains under-funded.

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