Manheim Township teachers give taxpayers the shaft, refuse to accept pay freeze or cut raises

by an Unemployed White Male on April 6, 2011

in Business & Economy,Lancaster County,Politics & Government

Manheim Township teachers have rejected proposals to freeze their salaries or cut their raises by 50 percent next year to help the school district balance its budget, according to district officials.

Manheim Township Education Association notified the school board Friday that it had rejected the requests, which would have saved the district between $500,000 and $1 million.

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