Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Subin to vote for stalemate

County Council Education Committee Chairman Michael Subin says he will oppose the Denis Amendment compromise that would build the new school that MCPS wants on the Seven Locks schoolyard where the PTA wants.

Like that odd man in the park who expresses too much interest in your child, Subin says he's putting the kids first by opposing the compromise. To him, the Denis Amendment - supported by the PTAs of both Seven Locks and Potomac elementary schools - is a "stalemate."

Subin says in the Gazette, "My reading on this is it leads to a political stalemate and the kids lose."

Sorry, kids.