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Gov. Christies has proposed capping the School Supt's salary from $120,000 to $175,000 depending on the size of the district. Only those districts with more then 10,000 students will get the higher salary. Looks like Jimbo will have to take a decrease in his over 200K salary. Ain't that a shame.

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Gov. Christies has proposed capping the School Supt's salary from $120,000 to $175,000 depending on the size of the district. Only those districts with more then 10,000 students will get the higher salary. Looks like Jimbo will have to take a decrease in his over 200K salary. Ain't that a shame.

To all you that hate the fat man in Trenton... this is what someone with balls does when faced with a crisis. You Row A zombies just put your heads in the sand and hope for the best.

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To all you that hate the fat man in Trenton... this is what someone with balls does when faced with a crisis. You Row A zombies just put your heads in the sand and hope for the best.

Looks like Christy is catching up with political appointees that are school supts. Who ever heard of a supt. in a school district of about 2200 students starting at over 200K. Way to go Gov. Keep up the good work.Better yet combine school districts and have only 1 for Hudson County. :)

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Looks like Christy is catching up with political appointees that are school supts. Who ever heard of a supt. in a school district of about 2200 students starting at over 200K. Way to go Gov. Keep up the good work.Better yet combine school districts and have only 1 for Hudson County. :)

Does anyone ever read anything all the way through.

It is proposed to go in effect at the end of the Superintendent's present contract.Ergo 4 more years with raises every year. oops

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Does anyone ever read anything all the way through.

It is proposed to go in effect at the end of the Superintendent's present contract.Ergo 4 more years with raises every year. oops

And by then Christie will be gone.

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Does anyone ever read anything all the way through.

It is proposed to go in effect at the end of the Superintendent's present contract.Ergo 4 more years with raises every year. oops

When's FC"s cntaract up? Does he even have one? Rumor has it that if they let him stay one more year, he'll retire. I bet some of the teachers wish they could have that deal!

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QUOTE (Horton Hears JC Cryin' @ Jun 30 2010, 10:55 PM)

Sounds to me like to forgot to get out of the way of the lumberjack. Did the tree land on your head when it fell or are you brain damaged for another reason?

The answer to your question about Accocela's record is NO! Frankie D is stayin' put.

I hear something too but it isn't quiet, it is getting louder, only it sounds like the fat lady is singing. She is singing for JC and his continued attempts at jacking the Superintendent. Glad to say, "Three more years Mr. D". Keep up the good work.

Horton hears a cry! I think it's coming from Mini Napolean (aka Frankie Di). He's $25 thou over the cap:

Gov. Chris Christie today said he wants to limit pay for school superintendents and other administrators based on district size, cutting back salaries for those who already make more than the max, and introduce merit-based bonuses.

The proposal would mean pay cuts for 366 superintendents at the end of their contracts, saving school districts $9.8 million, the governor said.

“While families and school districts across the state cope with fewer resources and continued fiscal challenges, many school administrators continue to receive salaries that are out of proportion with the private sector and current economic realities," Christie said in a statement. “This cap will limit excessive administrator pay and ensure that more dollars are available for our children.”

Christie unveiled the limits in Spotswood, where he commended administrators for accepting a wage freeze. Pay for superintendents would be pegged to the number of students in a district, from $120,000 for the smallest districts up to more than $175,000 in the 16 districts with more than 10,000 students.

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QUOTE (Horton Hears JC Cryin' @ Jun 30 2010, 10:55 PM)

Sounds to me like to forgot to get out of the way of the lumberjack. Did the tree land on your head when it fell or are you brain damaged for another reason?

The answer to your question about Accocela's record is NO! Frankie D is stayin' put.

I hear something too but it isn't quiet, it is getting louder, only it sounds like the fat lady is singing. She is singing for JC and his continued attempts at jacking the Superintendent. Glad to say, "Three more years Mr. D". Keep up the good work.

I guess no one cares that JD voted as a councilman to lay off low income town workers, and at the same time he was collecting over 200K as Supt. of Schools. How can he sleep at night?

Horton hears a cry! I think it's coming from Mini Napolean (aka Frankie Di). He's $25 thou over the cap:

Gov. Chris Christie today said he wants to limit pay for school superintendents and other administrators based on district size, cutting back salaries for those who already make more than the max, and introduce merit-based bonuses.

The proposal would mean pay cuts for 366 superintendents at the end of their contracts, saving school districts $9.8 million, the governor said.

“While families and school districts across the state cope with fewer resources and continued fiscal challenges, many school administrators continue to receive salaries that are out of proportion with the private sector and current economic realities," Christie said in a statement. “This cap will limit excessive administrator pay and ensure that more dollars are available for our children.”

Christie unveiled the limits in Spotswood, where he commended administrators for accepting a wage freeze. Pay for superintendents would be pegged to the number of students in a district, from $120,000 for the smallest districts up to more than $175,000 in the 16 districts with more than 10,000 students.

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Holy Savings, Batman, maybe we could get rid of both of them! I'm sure they would both walk if all they could make was $120,000. We would really do better if there was only one for the whole county. Also, buying school supplies in bulk countywide could save millions. Then maybe the teachers wouldn't have to supply their own classroom materials. Just think of the possibilities!

While we are on this topic, who pays for that night school and the wear and tear on the building? Who is in charge of hiring the people who work there? Since most of them have day jobs for the Town and Passaic Valley, why is it that they get the night jobs as well when there are so many other people out of work and in need of jobs? Such greed ... it's disgraceful.

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