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Vallejo CTA Member tells Superintendent to take a 12% pay cut

Original post made by a different perspective in Vallejo, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Apr 9, 2009

In an open letter to Vallejo Superintendent Mary Bull,
Deanna Dunn, the Special Ed Director of the Vallejo Education Association stated she would not agree to approving a 5% reduction for VEA or CSEA union members.

Instead Ms. Dunn suggested that Ms. Bull take a 12% pay cut, and all administrators, directors, assistant directors and assistant superintendents take a 7-10% pay cut.

In her letter, Ms. Dunn said that according to the State Auditor, the Vallejo School District debt was $4 million, not the $8-11 million sated by Ms. Bull.

Ms. Dunn's letter appeared on the April 2nd issue of the Vallejo Times Herald and can be viewed by visiting the newspaper's website:


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