To the Editor:
I am a senior citizen on a fixed income who does not see any reason I should have to pay for a community center which I will never enter.
This is the third referendum in the last 10 years which we were led to believe the first one would take care of everything by the end of its 10 years.
I received a 1 1/2 percent raise in my Social Security this year and if this referendum passes, I will have a 20 percent increase on my property taxes for a total of 43 percent of my taxes going to the school district of which I have no children or grandchildren in.
Some states also drop school taxes to seniors 65 years of age on their primary residence. Not here. — Larry Schrupp, Cushing