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My guess that is if we wait for the province to do something on this the school will be closed.

Plus, there is the other side of it:  The province might say, "If your school is so important to the neighborhood, how come residents weren't prepared to pay out of their own pockets to save it?"  Public support for a the subsidy is an opportunity for the West Bench residents to show convincingly how important the school is. This would be helpful down the road in making your case above to the BC government.

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