The budget crisis essay analysis - Classwork

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James Niessner English 100 15 November 2007 The Budget Crisis The local college has a budget crisis. Now, when a staff person quits their job or retires, no one is hired to replace that person. This wouldn’t be of great concern to most students, except now the lack of money is starting to affect the campus grounds. The college no longer has the money to replace some of the maintenance and facilities crew, which means the campus grounds, classrooms, and offices are no longer well maintained. A campus that used to be beautiful has turned into wasteland because of the neglect in keeping up its grounds. The small maintenance crew simply cannot handle the workload necessary to maintain the campus. The flower beds in front of the buildings have not been weeded, so now it has more weeds than flowers. Trash that is thrown around campus has not been picked up. Around every doorway are cigarette butts into the concrete. People shouldn’t smoke anyway. It’s not a great habit. There are old newspapers and candy wrappers caught on grass that has not been mowed in over two
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Niessner during the Fall '06 term at Hagerstown CC.

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