City Schools Boss Wants District Pay Cut

The superintendent of the San Diego Unified School District is asking all employees to take a pay cut.

Superintendent Terry Grier will release a plan Tuesday asking all district employees to take a 1.5 percent pay cut and also to make a $100 pre-tax contribution to their benefits package, according to district spokesman Jack Brandais.

The board is scheduled to meet at noon Tuesday to discuss the plan and should vote on it later in the day.

The plan would have to be OK'd by the school's unions prior to its passage.

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