Been here since 2001, loving it ever since.
My wife and I had our Valentines dinner last night at Samos, and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. We are both vegetarians so we were not able to order a main course or take advantage of their holiday special menu, but a couple of selections from the appetizers and 2 salads were more than enough to fill us up. They were getting very busy when we arrived so it took a few minutes for them to take our order, but service otherwise was very quick. The restaurant will feel cramped if you are not seated in a booth so I would recommend bringing dinner guests or going on an off night. It was an enjoyable slightly upscale experience and I would recommend it.
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Jason, your comment has almost nothing to do with the article being written. Your true gripe is the separation of church and state in our schools. Since when does allowing children to be taught in a religious school solve fiscal issues, and since when are children prohibited from attending religious schools?
As for the original article, I agree that the priorities aren't being placed in a perfect order. Joe Pye doesn't control the tax rate though. He doesn't control the fact that a lot of the state's revenue is based on sales tax and a deflating income tax. Joe Pye doesn't want angry alumni that donate money to the schools getting stuck outside their old school's football game due to traffic. A priority? The school board seems to think so. I say if you have issue with a road widening, be sure to go to the public hearing on it this spring...
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