When are people going to pull their heads out of the sand? ("Citizens group promotes updating old campus," The Daily Astorian, May 2)

Putting a Band-Aid on this problem is not going to solve it for the long term. We need a campus that is going to meet the needs of all, as well as provide an up-to-date campus for the future, not just trying to wring a few more years usage out of the present campus.

As a homeowner myself, I am willing to take on additional property tax to help ensure the future education of our youth. How can we do anything less?

RICH BYERS

Warrenton

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