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Mayfield votes to lay off 6 teachers; pay freeze refused

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The Mayfield School Board voted Tuesday night to lay off six teachers as part of a plan to close a projected $1.6 million budget gap in next school year’s budget. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed state budget would cut Mayfield’s school aid by $1.36 million, about 8 percent of the district’s $16.9 million budget. The cut equates to $1,919 per student. Superintendent Paul Williamsen said unless Mayfield gets more state aid than currently projected, the district ...


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wmarincic
March 18, 2011
8:34 a.m.

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There you have it in a nutshell..... The Union was asked to take a pay freeze to save 6 jobs and they said NO. What has the Union done for those 6 people???? Ask not what your union can do for you...Ask what YOU can do for your union... Go Wisconsin.

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