Recent comments in area newspapers criticized donors to Citizens for Responsible School Spending. Yet the Yes committee’s largest donors are from businesses that will profit from contracts with Peninsula schools if the Aug. 5 ballot measures pass.
The committee’s largest donor is Olympic Resource Management, donating $5,000. It owns Harbor Hill Housing Development and will use the new school as a selling point for new homes and apartments that the district claims will overcrowd schools.
The district also bought 14 acres at $4.1 million from the same developer. In addition, large donations came from a Federal Way architectural firm and …