Letter only fosters divisiveness

To the Editor:

I read the letter from Diane Pauer in the March 20 edition of the Journal.

Clearly these sentiments will just reopen freshly healed wounds and potentially drive more divisiveness between the 2 communities.

I don’t think Hollis residents have any appetite to entertain adjusting the formula any further beyond the current compromise formula.

I would have a similar feeling for changing the coop governance.

These fighting words from the author can awaken the forces that seek to dissolve the coop. That would be the worst outcome for students and taxpayers alike.

David Sacks