Coming on the heels of the release of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Building Solutions Committee’s Minority Report, Wake County has their own minority report of sorts. In both dissents, members of the respective commissions felt that their voice wasn’t properly heard or addressed in the concluding recommendations made to officials. Following the conclusion of a report on the future of Wake County, John Hood, member of the minority faction, drafted a letter, signed by thirteen of the 65-committee members, that outlined the need for the county to cut costs before implementing any recommended changes.