Posted on 24. Jul, 2012 by Erika Pedroza
At a meeting last week, the Paradise School Board voted to extend a contract with their current provider for lawn maintenance. This was despite being presented with a bid for $2,800 less.
Councilwoman Carrie Preather said: “I don’t see the need to switch when we haven’t had a problem. I don’t think there’s a big enough difference (in price).”
In a time of financial constraints suffocating school districts, it’s encouraging to see the preservation of relationships and regard for people over making ends meet.