PRINCETON: School board reaches agreement with two unions, but not the teachers
Princeton’s school board has reached agreement on new contracts with two of its employee bargaining units, but not its teaching staff.
The board announced after a special meeting Wednesday night that the unions representing the support staff and the principals, assistant principals and supervisors had agreed to three-year contracts, according to a board statement issued after the meeting. Their current contracts expire on June 30.
The board and the teachers union remain in negotiations, although the sides failed to reach an agreement at their last meeting on May 4. The state-appointed mediator has referred the matter for fact-finding to the New Jersey Public Employees Relations Commission.
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Assemblyman Dan Benson, Hamilton
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IN CONCERT: Paying tribute to Sir Paul
Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy Awareness will feature the music of Paul McCartney
IF you’re going to have an all-star tribute to Paul McCartney, then Mark Hudson is one of the all-stars you should invite to perform at the show.
The guy is a bona fide Beatles freak. And he’s got the musical chops and history to back it up. Not only has he worked with John, Paul, George and Ringo in his career, but he’s produced and partied with them as well.
“I got to see them when I was a boy. The fact that I would end up knowing them — all four of them — is amazing,” said Mr. Hudson.
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