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Raise, incentives in Scotia-Glenville's school chief pact

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Scotia-Glenville School Superintendent Susan Swartz is receiving a 2 percent raise and new incentive pay based on performance. The Board of Education on Monday approved adding another year to Swartz’s contract, which now will run through the 2014-15 school year. “We’re very pleased with the job that Susan was doing,” said board President Pamela Carbone. Swartz’s 2012-13 salary will be $156,609. Like the rest of the staff, she is taking one day without pay during ...

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November 28, 2012
12:27 p.m.

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So some senior citizens, and most mobility impaired folks, are unable to enjoy activities at the field. I can see the league not caring, but I do not understand the district and town's indifference.

BTW softballers, evan Eddie Feiner ended up in a wheelchair

jim oconnor