, community plans and liaison officer for Camp Pendleton , said paying the new bus fees will probably be difficult for lower-ranking Marines and sailors.He
office received one call from a parent on base who was concerned about the bus fees.
Rannals' office acts as go-between between local school districts and Camp Pendleton.School districts receive money from the government for serving children from military families living on base to compensate for money the school does not receive in property taxes.Some parents argue that since the district is receiving money from the government when their children attend the school , they shouldn't have to pay the bus fees.Rannals
, however , said educating military children costs the district more than it receives.
It's not an even trade-off , Rannals