KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Kutztown University's president said the school has a plan in place should faculty members go on strike during the spring semester.
Javier Cevallos has sent a letter to students about a possible strike. He said the state and the union for faculty at the 14 state-owned universities are still far apart on health care costs.
Cevallos is urging both sides to resolve things quickly and fairly.
Union members are working under a contract that expired in June 2011.
The spring semester starts Monday.
The Boyertown Area School District has hired an architectural firm to look at ways student privacy can be enhanced in the high school's locker rooms and restrooms.Read More »
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