New contract approved for school bus drivers

The contract with Baumann Bus was approved yesterday by 84 percent of the drivers.

The contract with Baumann Bus was approved yesterday by 84 percent of the drivers.

The contract with Baumann Bus was approved yesterday by 84 percent of the drivers. (10/27/15)

WOODBURY - School bus drivers finally have a new contract this morning. 

The contract with Baumann Bus was approved yesterday by 84 percent of the drivers.

The union says it includes hikes in pay and benefits of 4 percent to 5 percent for each of the next three years.

The contract also increases the number of paid days off and the amount the bus company must contribute to the medical plan. 

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