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Post  Pee Kaa on Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:28 am

ThunderRider wrote:90K is a lot to pay a human resource officer.

T Cool

I agree but since you are campaigning for an even higher wage for the teachers I don't see how you can complain. After all the HR person is responsible for babysitting around 250 (professional) adults in our district, you on the other hand have a couple dozen kids. Everyone knows the adults are much harder to handle than the kids.

Keep in mind that the contract has expired, you have no legal obligation to the district nor the district to you. Feel free to shop it around.
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Post  ThunderRider on Tue Jul 28, 2009 10:52 am

OK, I'll accept what the Human Resource person makes.

But why do I have to wait 19 years to get it?

And you said that you will take it to the board. Go for it!

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Post  Pee Kaa on Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:14 pm

ThunderRider wrote:OK, I'll accept what the Human Resource person makes.

But why do I have to wait 19 years to get it?

And you said that you will take it to the board. Go for it!

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I'll be saving you a seat!!
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Post  hokapsig on Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:53 pm

ThunderRider wrote:90K is a lot to pay a human resource officer.

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Whoa, there Thunder...

Pick a side and stick to it. 90K is way too much to pay an HR person as 50K is way too much to pay for teaching services.

Can't wait to see you next Monday at the board meeting.

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Post  ThunderRider on Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:15 pm

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Post  4thekidz on Wed Aug 05, 2009 5:04 pm

This was published back in April on Westmorland County's 10 largest Municipalities:

1) hempfield 42,381 population, 70.15 school tax mil's

2) N. Huntindon 29,123 population, 65.15 school tax mil's

3) Unity Township 21,137 population, 69.00 school tax mil's

4) Penn Township 19,591 population, 71.25 school tax mil's

5) Murrysville 18,872 population, 81.88 school tax mil's

6) Greensburgh 15,889 population, 73.84 school tax mil's

7) Derry 14,726 population, 74.00 school tax mil's

Cool New Ken 14,701 population, 71.90 school tax mil's

9) Lower Burrell 12,608 population, 82.5 school tax mil's

10) Mt. Pleasant 11,153 population, 72.55 school tax mil's
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Post  ThunderRider on Fri Aug 07, 2009 12:25 pm

Looks like we do compare to Murrysville after all.

Lets hope the next contract does too!

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Post  hokapsig on Fri Aug 07, 2009 5:01 pm

huh??? So we have a Sheetz, a Wendy's, McD's, pizza Hut, Cat dealer, Hoss's, numerous gas stations, numerous shopping centers, car dealerships, etc.

They must be very well hid in PT. I've never seen them, unless they are camo'ed as Janet's, Dairy Queen and a bunch of trees.

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Post  ThunderRider on Sat Aug 08, 2009 10:17 am

Similar population, but less taxes in Penn Twp. Maybe we need to raise the anty?

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Post  hokapsig on Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:12 pm

In PT, residents pay about 95% of the taxes (dollar for dollar). In Murrysville, businesses are soaked for the majority of the taxes. Unless you are advocating forcing the taxpayer to subsidize your lifestyle (for no good reason), bring in more business into PT.

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Post  ThunderRider on Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:39 pm

My good reason is I'm worth it!

Now quit giving me the business!

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Maybe we can erect a temple and charge for Bar Mitzvahs?

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Post  hokapsig on Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:58 pm

Test scores indicate you are NOT worth it.

The business IS the key, which PT does not have. And soaking our Hebrew friends is not the answer either. how about the correct answer - which is be paid market rates? That entails at least a 20% reduction in wages.

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Post  ThunderRider on Sun Aug 09, 2009 9:18 am

Time to run for Commissioner!

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