Archive for March, 2010

Lakewood school budget avoids layoffs

LAKEWOOD — The township school board’s proposed 2010-11 budget will not force layoffs for the district, as long as voters adopt it as is, an official said.

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BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP: Making ends meet, layoffs loom

BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP The townshipâs current budget plan calls for considerably more than it can raise by taxes this year, and layoffs or furloughs may be necessary.

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State Union Leaders Angered Over Layoff Threat

Could state worker layoffs be coming? Governor David Paterson’s administration told the Buffalo News the answer is yes, if the unions representing those workers don’t make cuts.

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Metuchen school employees agree to wage freeze, prevent 20 layoffs

METUCHEN — A wage freeze agreed to by all the school district’s 300 employees has helped alleviate a budget crisis that could have otherwise resulted in about 20 layoffs, according to business administrator Michael Harvier.

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Holden eyes budget cuts, but layoffs unlikely (Bangor Daily News)

HOLDEN, Maine — With big cuts to revenue sharing and other state revenues expected and increased operating costs, town officials are proposing cuts, but no layoffs, Town Manager John Butts said on …

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LBUSD School Board Postpones Layoff Vote

In an effort to address a two-year budgetary shortfall of approximately $100 million, the Long Beach Board of Education on Thursday was slated to vote on layoffs for 30 classified employees.

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