You either agreed or disagreed with the views of Mr. Moldovan, but even the most staunch teachers' union advocates had to reluctantly agree that he did have some valid complaints about budgetary excesses in the township's annual tax increases. I inserted "LIGHTNING STRIKES THE HAMILTON B.O.E." into this graphic. I have a history of being a fierce supporter of Hamilton's schools and teachers, but as a senior citizen I find myself wondering why I don't get just a bit of a tax break from the large amount of my income that goes to the schools. Most of monthly social security check goes to Hamilton Township for my quarterly tax payment. The last time I looked which was a few years ago, I found that more tax dollars went to the school system than to the township. Most of us in the senior citizen community have been paying those exorbitant taxes many years after our children graduated from grammar and high school. It is long past the time that the powers that be in the state, county and local municipalities look into what is an unfair senior citizen tax burden and at least consider some relief.