Salem school officials considering regional bus contract
Salem superintendent Michael Delahanty has advocated for a regional transportation plan and school board members have expressed interest. They recently authorized Delahanty to extend Salem's transportation contract for two years.
“(Salem business administrator) Linda MacDonald and I reached out to Pelham, Londonderry, and Hudson to see if they would be willing to join us for a regional bid in the spring of 2017 when our current contract expires,” said Steel. Steel said he hasn’t yet heard from the other districts.
Salem School Board member Michael Carney praised Delahanty for reaching out to neighboring districts.
For the present, however, Delahanty said the district has to look at extending its current contract with First Student.
For the three year extension, Delahanty said there would be a 4 percent increase for the first year of the extension, with the overall increase coming in at just under 4 percent per year.
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