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Letters: When is enough, enough in Wrenshall?

There seems to be a cancer consuming the taxpaying residents within the Wrenshall school district.

In this writer’s opinion, it’s been caused by the current superintendent: with three failed referendums at more than $10,000 apiece, $35,800 and counting in attorney fees and debt estimated at close to $300,000.

On a yearly budget of $6 million, 82.5 percent goes to payroll and benefits, according to school board members. We seem to be top heavy on employees in a school of 352 students?

I attended an Education Minnesota candidate forum in the school commons led by a teacher, with all questions as...