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Bring on the butter!
I love eating these tiny little cupcakes and I love fun of all the different flavors!
But I find myself wishing every time that they would boost the flavor a little bit. Sometimes there really isn't much flavor difference between one kind or another, unless the topping is significantly different. You can't really taste the butter in the buttercream - it comes off more like supermarket frosting - and I always find myself wanting the chocolate cakes to be more chocolatey, the vanilla more vanillay, the peanut butter to be much much much more peanut buttery. They end up tasting like lightly flavored sugar bombs. Not necessarily a bad thing.
That said, I love the idea, they're a lot of fun, and my kids love to eat them. So we will still be customers even without our beloved butter.
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I wish this talked a little bit more about how so many employers illegally categorize their workers as exempt when they don't pass the test of "administrative, managerial, or professional" and how most of these workers have no idea that this is wrong. I was illegally classified as exempt for about 10-15 years of my career in the nonprofit sector, and my husband is illegally classified now, before this change, AND is required to work overtime. My understanding is that Obama made this rule change to address this common practice. It's not enough just to pay them $47k. The positions also have to pass the other tests.
I couldn't be more jealous! Come on Burlington, read the research!
As an SA parent, I am thrilled to welcome Ms. Whitmore-Sells to our school. She's been a beloved administrator at her previous schools, she has a strong background in education, and I can't wait to see what SA will become under her leadership.
If only we could bring coffee in there. That would change everything.
The PILOT money is in effect through 2016, so that issue won't affect next year.
But here is the thing. If the budget were level funded with last year, there would still be an 8 percent tax hike, which is outside of the school's control. Reduced federal and state funding is a primary culprit. I appreciate that people want to keep their taxes down, but at the same time, can we put the blame where it belongs? If we want to have the school system we've committed to, more of it has to be supported from private dollars.
The difference between 8% and 10% increase on a house valued at $300k is $92. Now it will be less because the 10% increase was rejected, but in my humble opinion, $92 was absolutely a bargain for keeping all of these valuable teachers in our schools.
Hmmm, SB City Council and VPT Board share a member and are having similar problems. Coincidence?