Special Magistrate Releases Recommendations To Volusia County School Board

By on June 10, 2016 in WNDB News

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Volusia County, FL-Recommendations from a Special Magistrate were released to the Volusia County School District today regarding a pending impasse with the teachers union.

This is the third recommendation in the district’s impasse with its three unions. The recommendations include raising taxes, layoffs, reduction in services and a health insurance increase.

The special magistrate recommended the steps in order to fund employee raises and benefits.  A 2.5% raise is recommended starting July 1, 2015. It includes a $1 per hour increase in the hourly rate for cafeteria employees and increases the existing employee’s health insurance premium cost from $20 to $25 per month for 2015-16.

The school board will make the final decision on the impasse if it proceeds to the next step in the process. The next school board meeting is Tuesday, June 14.

(Logo courtesy of Volusia County Schools)

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