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Niskayuna union set to grieve school bus outsource

District sought pay cut to get under tax cap

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The Niskayuna school district and the union representing its bus drivers appear to be on their way to a legal battle over a district outsourcing plan, after the drivers resoundingly rejected a last-ditch proposal last week, the two sides said. Both sides say they are each in a good position to prevail at the next level, but the final result is not expected for some time. The bus drivers’ union has already filed a notice ...

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June 18, 2013
5:34 p.m.

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Administrators account for a big chunk of operating costs.
Couldn't we find a way to outsource the administrators?
That said, why should schools be in the transib business? Give each kid a CDTA Swiper card and sell the buses and garages to others.