In response to letter to editor, Dec. 4, 2017, first item Joanne Moss. The first vote defeated the school bond by 58 votes, the people spoken then but where is the justice, a second vote, why? Where is the justice? I haven't been in school for 60-plus years, at what point have I paid enough school taxes? I have not had children in school for 40 years, at what point have I paid enough taxes for their schooling? At your reasoning, my deceased parents should still be paying school taxes. A bogus argument. If you can have a second vote, because you didn't like the outcome of the first vote, surely you wouldn't be against a third vote. Justice has been denied by forcing a second vote.

David Leader