My support for the police school liaison officer position is unwavering. When the school district was paying 41 percent, far less than most other school districts, I suggested it would be fair for the school to pay two-thirds.
The Hudson Board of Education voted 4-1 Tuesday night to reject the City of Hudson's contract offer for the services of a school/police liaison officer. The city had presented the district with a two-year contract calling for the district to pay 60 percent of the officer's annual salary, benefits and equipment the first year and 75 percent the second year.
The Hudson City Council has given the school district the option of being billed on an hourly basis for the services of Police-School Liaison Officer Mark Crimmins, Alderperson Lori Bernard pointed out in communications with the Star-Observer last week.
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