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Re Jack Waldrip's letter: Maybe Mr. Bunch could ask Damon Evans for a loan. While I really don't care about what Damon Evans did, I am flabbergasted that he had been given a $90,000 raise.

With the cutbacks made by the educational system, beginning with elementary schools up to colleges, this man was given a $90,000 raise? Was Mr. Evans not making enough?

Make up the budget crunch by cutting excessive salaries in half, starting with the new athletic director, then Mr. Adams salary and so on.

Julie Rice Gonzalez
Gainesville

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