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January 24, 2013

Falls school board tabs Monroe County firm for study


Niagara Gazette — "It helps when one labor unit has a two hour show-up window while another has a two-and-a-half hour window," Massaro said. "It also helps the district avoid any jurisdictional disputes and avoids any differences in contract periods. And if there's a shut down in the industry, this would ensure us there's not a shut down of this project."

Seeler's report is expected within a week to 10 days time, while the project labor agreement could be approved by the school board as early as a special board meeting called for 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7. The special meeting will be held in the district's board meeting room in the district office, 630 66th St.

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