Primary challenges - PittsburghLIVE.com 'We're not politically affiliated. We want fiscal sanity,' said James Menegazzi, head of Concerned Citizens of Mt. Lebanon. 'We also would like to see more balance with the focus of the board -- more attention to the education process and less emphasis on capital-improvement projects like pools and buildings.'
Great concept and words: Finscal sanity. My word choice, "being prudent." Same difference.
The other interesting words that I enjoy reading is the attention to process and less emphasis on capital-improvement project. Wonderful. Even in this case, the target is a swim pool. It is so true. I've been harping about too many "bricks and mortar projects." We need to think again. It isn't about building. It is about programming.