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Teacher contract talks deadlocked in Ridgway

July 9, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen - Ridgway Area Teachers Association member Jason Phipps speaks with fellow teachers after Tuesday's meeting of the district's Board of Directors in which board members unanimously denied the union's latest proposal in two years of contract negotiations between the two sides.

RIDGWAY – For the last two years, the Ridgway Area School District's 78 teachers have been working without a contract after a breakdown in talks between them and the district's Board of Directors.
The deadlock continued with Tuesday's meeting of the Board in which all nine of its members voted to reject the latest proposal presented to them by the teachers union.

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