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Nancy Hiler March 09, 2013 at 09:49 PM
Any former satellite dish installers or roofers interested in a career change and being trained asRead Morea solar panel installer here on Long Island, please contact hr@builtwellsolar.com.
Nancy Hiler February 24, 2013 at 02:10 PM
Built Well Solar is looking for a helper for its installation crews. Possibly part-time.Read MoreConstructio n or roofing experience helpful. Email info@builtwellsolar.com with resume, skills, etc.
Greg Bashaw February 20, 2013 at 06:06 PM
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Greg Bashaw February 20, 2013 at 06:06 PM
It's no wonder Gvnr. Cuomo is reducing aid to our districts, he undoubtedly looks at our districtRead Mores uch as North Bellmore and thinks by the size of the salary packages that we pay our multiple Superintendent's that we donot need NYS aid. THIS IS FACT. Governor Cuomo has continuously stressed that he believes Superintendents should not be compensated more than 175,000 per year in salary. In the North Bellmore Elementary District our retiring Superintendent makes over 200K per year. When the Board of Education hires they should make certain that we pay inline with what the Governor deems acceptable. Otherwise our district better get used to this lack of aid, and higher and higher taxes. Financially speaking think about, would you send a district more money when they continually spend lavishly in these economic times. How about we offer the candidates that apply for the position of Superintendent a 50% match with 401K instead of a guaranteed pension? A salary of 175K per year, a 401K with a 50% match and 2 weeks of vacation time, sounds tempting to alot of qualified people, I am quite sure. **The 2% cap was for taxpayer tax relief, NOT Administrator gluttony.** Greg Bashaw