“It was not more aggressive at this meeting,” Board Vice President Bryce Carlson said. “But just given the nature of where we are in negotiations, tensions are high. This was the first time I was escorted. I certainly would hope that kind of thing is not necessary.”
April 27, 2015
“It was not more aggressive at this meeting,” Board Vice President Bryce Carlson said. “But
April 24, 2015
Because when costs rise and reliability decreases, you will want to know whom to hold
April 22, 2015
Collective bargaining this year in Thompson School District already has gotten downright ugly as
- Blake: When a bureaucracy determines “public need”
- State union leaders behind petition to Thompson school board
- ‘Sharing economy’ a high tech version of free market capitalism
In the August 23, 2012 Denver Post, I wrote about the appropriateness of seeking capital punishment for the Aurora theater shooter. That does not mean I necessarily support a death verdict. I will have to first hear the evidence and the experts.
Because when costs rise and reliability decreases, you will want to know whom to hold accountable.
Collective bargaining this year in Thompson School District already has gotten downright ugly as the board attempts to provide more specific guidance to its negotiating team. With the Colorado Education Association directly entering the fray, it looks like things are about to get even uglier.
Yellow Cab, spearheading the opposition to the latest taxi deregulation bill in the Colorado legislature, seems to be complaining that the bill doesn’t go far enough. And it’s right! An ideal bill would be more radical. But it’s an improvement over the current situation, and at the legislature you take what you can get. You don’t spurn the good just […]
And aiding him in his efforts to win a city council seat is a unique deal whereby CDOT has agreed to let Mr. Greco work on a part-time basis starting this past February
Complete Colorado has learned that a new petition requesting the Thompson school board to “reconsider” changes to the district’s collective bargaining agreement is being run by the Colorado Education Association (CEA)…. Many of the petition’s signatures are anonymous, and some are duplicates.
This is the “sharing economy,” made possible by the Internet. It is popular among those of us who use it. It is effective, and it is above all disruptive to existing arrangements. This bothers people, particularly those who are convinced that the world cannot possibly run itself without their help.
Since Iowans aren’t good at picking winners anyway, why not impress the rest of the nation — and maybe even a few sensible Iowans — by coming out against ethanol subsidies?
It is not known when the suit will be heard. But the filing appears to be the latest move by the JCEA to disrupt the district and the Board of Education.