After my article last week, a reader sent this comment:
"Gus, I saw that story about the bleachers. I do find it appalling and arrogant for one public enterprise snubbing another knowing it is the people fighting the people financially. I would hope that if they find that the school board did in fact need permits to build and kept building in violation of the stop work order, that the local residents can sue the board members as individuals for depreciated value, not as board members because they have a fiduciary responsibility to do the right thing, but as individuals because they went outside their scope of doing the lawful thing. I hope there is some action against them individually.