It appears Ed Brand sees himself as somewhat of a real estate mogul. Too bad his past history has left property either growing weeds or upside down, to the tune of millions. With so many schools needing work, with parents being expected to pay more and more, with teachers being asked to go three years without a raise, with employees out of pocket benefit costs soaring hopefully any and all real estate profits will be put back into our District.
3% reserves, have any of you bothered to research what districts our size SHOULD have? What reserves do other Districts in our area have, like Chula to name one?
Surely Ed Brand and Jim Cartmill will not be brasin enough to return to the ploy of purchasing more property like they attempted to do a few months back. Brand does NOT need a cushy new office on the east side, the board members can trouble themselves to drive ALL the way over to the west side for our board meetings, and transportation is fine where it is.
Beware of Ed Brand, Jim Cartmill and Arlie Ricasa when it comes to real estate deals - these three brainiacs are the ones we can thank for being SOOOOOO upside down on the L Street property! - we are talking millions!!!!!!
I just happened to fall into this article. What a way to cheer me up before I go to work tomorrow!! Hey rumor has it that Ed has an on line course in Condo flipping for Trump University and will include this fine Insitution as an adjunct to Alliant University!!!
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