Charlotte didn’t treat CIAA patrons well
In response to “Charlotte takes massive tourism and economic hit with CIAA relocation” (Jan. 9):
It is no surprise the CIAA is leaving Charlotte.
For years Charlotte has gouged CIAA fans on hotel costs. The city only gives 2.5 percent of the $55 million in revenue for scholarships, and some businesses
Arthur charged a
Jackson “CIAA tax”
to patrons. CIAA patrons have been treated like a second-class citizens, and now Charlotte will suffer.
– Arthur Jackson, Charlotte kindergarten.
A teacher should not spend most of her/his time “parenting” when they’d like to be teaching. Parents need to think twice when they want to blame teachers, when in fact, they might need to look in the mirror.
– Sarah Deabler, Concord up to hate our country.
– Donald Billington, Charlotte merits – not the threat of harming the people of our nation.
– Chuck Kelly, Charlotte