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I, personally, would like to know how each departments budget breaks down. Why is the Transportation Director getting principal pay (because he is under contract with the Administration), and being taken out of the Transportation budget?Why is he getting twice as much pay as the previous Directors?I have seen several supervisors playing solitare on their computers while on the clock....what, not enough work for them to do? He is simply one taxpayer who wants his tax dollars spent wisely.Come on people, lets look to see where our money is going. I as another taxpayer want and will demand the same.The goal is to have it ready to be presented to local school boards by the end of this school year and to begin countywide busing next fall.
It's not necessarily so, and it's disingenuous to claim it. I am very concerned about the outcome of all of these budget cuts, as I am sure most bus drivers/monitors, teachers, custodial, mainentance and even parents are.It's important to know how consolidation compares to the current decentralized costs.I'm saying that we must first compare the apples to the apples.But understand that drivers and monitors and custodians have not refused to give up wages and benefits to give the district savings. We have had LES THAN a 1% average yearly wage for the past 5 years. We GAVE UP 20 "additional days" pay every year in 2003 (or 2005, not sure).That was, and still is, a huge savings for the district because with every high-seniority termination or retirement, and every new-hire, they no longer pay for a month of "unworked" days during the school year.
“It makes a lot of sense to explore this,” he said.