Hooksett to restart its talks with Pinkerton
“In light that one of the two issues that stalled negotiations is now off the table, and we should get this (negotiation) back on the table and do it as quick as possible to give the 8th grade class some solace,” board member Cheryl Akstin said.
Board members Trisha Korkosz and Denbow joined Akstin in voting to continue the negotiations. David Pearl and John Lyscars offered vociferous opposition to the plan.
Lyscars agreed, and said that just when parents in the community started to feel solace in knowing what would happen for next year, the board has changed its mind again.
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