Times staff writer Jeffrey Solochek reports that after presidential candidate Mitt Romney's rally at Land O'Lakes High School last weekend left behind a twisted goal post, bent bleachers and torn-up sod, the Pasco County school district submitted a bill for $34,000 to his campaign.
And now the district likely will review the procdure for allowing future political rallies on its campuses.
"I'm sure it's something the administration and School Board will discuss in the future," said board member Cynthia Armstrong, who's expected to become chairwoman on Nov. 20. "We didn't have any past history to go on. I'm sure the superintendent made the best decision she could make at the time."
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