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Re: “Stress Fracture

The focus in this article of Mendocino's discussion on whether we should stay with CR or try another institution is misleading. This is not the most important nor most contentious issue for this community. The potential transfer of Professor Grantham and ending of the unique Marine Science Technology Program was the impetus for the community to get involved, but the real issues are how decisions and priorities are arrived at, and whether Eureka listens. Example: Measure Q was overwhelmingly voted for by Mendocino voters. One of its major benefits was supposed to be sorely needed rennovations to the science labs. These were not done due to earthquake needs in Eureka. Rather than prioritize these neglected labs, instead the Eureka administration is intent on finding and spending new money to move Fine Woodworking from its current location to Campus. Fine Woodworking faculty do not want to move and this has been said many times. Moving Fine Woodworking will not improve the budget, increase enrollment, or any of the other admirable goals constantly promoted. If there is money available, it should be used to do the promised renovations on the Science labs, but we can't get Eureka to listen or explain why.

Posted by concerned in Mendocino on 07/30/2009 at 6:08 PM

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