Amid financial troubles, Michigan district looks to privatization

01/21/2008 | Detroit News, The

After four years of cutting positions and closing schools in an attempt to narrow its budget deficit, leaders of a suburban Detroit district are considering privatizing cafeteria, janitorial and transportation services. The union for the school-support workers has collected 2,000 signatures from residents opposed to the plan.

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