Salem wants to keep school bus options open
The board agreed that the district could enter into negotiations for the extension, but with the understanding that the extension be for no more than two years in case the district were to explore regional transportation options in 2016.“I’m very pleased with the service First Student provides to us,” said Delahanty. “It’s not without its problems, but no contract of this magnitude would be without its problems. We have a number of drivers who have been very loyal to our district and have been very good to our students and their parents over many years.”
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