Sunday, November 13, 2005

No-bid contract to replace schools after Katrina is criticized

Do contracts reflect wasteful spending?

To critics, the 450 portable classrooms being installed across Mississippi are prime examples of waste and favoritism. But the Federal Emergency and Management Agency boasts that the project reflective of "Katrina recovery." Details from the New York Times.

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Jaimie said...

There are trailers at the school that I teach at, and there was no hurricane there. They are so ugly.

Deb Sistrunk said...

Are school trailers ever pretty? The one at my daughter's old school was ugly. The one at my elementary school was really ugly!