This stock continues to get great ratings, but continues to fall?? What is going on?? Is the problem orders and contracts in California? Or is it the new acquisition? Or is it concern over future ability to grow?
This year's legislative session is over and the elected officials have returned to their districts to campaign for the November elections. Any bill not signed by the Governor is dead at this point. The multiple listings on SB 50 relate to the revisions and committee conferences on the Bill. The Final version is the one signed by the Governor and Enrolled. The real action for MODT is in the implementation regulations which are adopted by the State Allocation Board. A version is currently out for public comment and can be found on the SAB website.
There are a number of bills on the California Senate site. The sheer number of them and their contents makes them confuseing. Entering "portable classrooms" in the key word search of http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/bilinfo.html gives you about 7 bills that deal with this issue. Can somebody out there take a look and help me to decipher where things stand?
all i know is that clinton's proposed 5 billion school construction proposal was given the axe. hiring of 100,000 new teachers was approved, which makes little sense to me, as far as where they will be teaching.... ? that was just the feds, local schools should be expanding. good luck, looks like i'm in for life at this point. j
The Clinton Plan was to fund permanent structure classrooms. They had indicated in an interview that the fundung would help schools get out of using "Trailers". Besides the need for Washington to understand what a modern relocatable classroom is, the MODT classrooms are the most economice method of adding classroom space. The lack of fed funding benefits MODT with the need for additional classrooms driving school districts to using more of their units.