Stateline writes that a trend in American suburbia caused by aging baby boomers is creating a fight over limited funding
This type of intergenerational political warfare could erupt more frequently in coming decades, as vast numbers of baby boomers grow old in their suburban homes, changing the demographics of their communities. Their decision to stay put may result in fewer suburban homes occupied by young families. That, in turn, could mean schools will be less full. And it could pit families with children against retired boomers in a fight for limited tax dollars.
Makes me wonder how the demographics will play out in the upcoming Franklin school referendum. Will older baby boomers without kids in school take the school district bait and vote themselves a tax increase?