Board of Education meeting, parents, teachers and board members listened as Maura McAward, assistant superintendent, warned of drastic personnel cuts. The district has already shaved costs by limiting hall monitors and computer aids.
Port Chester parents won't have to wait long for the details. They'll get their first look at the board's proposed budget on March 10; after public input, the board will present a revised budget on March 30. On May 17, voters will head to the polls to approve or deny the budget.
However, Port Chester parents need to understand that taxpayers can't afford Bart Didden and Sam Terenz's desire to fight another futile battle with the United States Justice Department and teachers.
The $200,000 that Didden and Terenzi voted to give the Rye Town Supervisor's brother is just a down payment on another million dollar plus failed lawsuit.
This senseless lawsuit is easily going to eventually raise Port Chester Village taxes by 5%.
Maybe after Bart Didden, Sam Terenzi and Michael Carvin lose in Federal Court the taxpayers might be able to afford some money for school teachers.
Parents We Are So Sorry , But ....
It's Time For These Port Chester Parents To Protect Their Children's Futures And Stand Up To Extremist TEA Party Lunatic Bart "The Bigot" Didden
Port Chester's Children Should Not Have To Suffer, Because Of Bart "The Bigot" Didden
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