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LET US CONFRONT THE REALITY
The real reason the Scarsdale village is giving the no competing bids friend Ryan the opportunity to do a second reval in just 2 years is to cover the approximate $2,000 cost for each of the 750+ grievances the Scasdale Village will have argue in court. And guess who will have to pay, yes you the taxpayer.
All this after the village appointed him to monitor Tyler's 1st reval work and he concluded that Tyler did a good job. Put the money to better use Scarsdale, fix our roads!
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Congrats to Rye Country Day; however, it is about the rich vs. the poor when it comes to education. I'm sure they do try and give as many deserving students a place regardless of ability to pay. No one is suggesting RCD has done anything wrong. But, let's face it - money can buy you a better education.
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