Sep 23, 2016 12:46 PM
NASHUA — The town school board's case regarding the privatization of jobs may now be heard by the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
While the board wants to privatize some custodial positions, the New Hampshire Public Employee Labor Relations Board denied the district's request for a rehearing over the issue, according to The Nashua Telegraph.
This decision, which was handed down on Tuesday, came almost a month after the school board initially terminated its contracts with custodians, leaving an estimated over 100 people potentially unemployed.
Unless the board votes in favor of an alternate course of action, the case will head to the state supreme court for resolution pending a rehearing.
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