I am writing partly in reference to the write-up "Looking out for taxpayers" March 8, 2013.
I would have thought that holding the position that Dr. Eastridge holds here in the Crawford County school, you would have to live in this county. That is surprising that you don't have to.
My wife and I live here in Crawford, and she almost has a Bachelor's in criminal justice/homeland security and has tried to get a job in that field in Orange, but was told you have to live in that county. She has tried to get a job in other fields in Orange and in Crawford and was told she was overqualified. She even put in applications for jobs in her field here in Crawford and never even got a call back.