New Haven under pressure to clean up ...

New Haven under pressure to clean up schools, but not with Aramark

There are 4 comments on the WTNH Hartford, New Haven and Connecticut story from Apr 14, 2008, titled New Haven under pressure to clean up schools, but not with Aramark. In it, WTNH Hartford, New Haven and Connecticut reports that:

By News Channel 8's Erin Cox Posted April 14, 2008 6:35 PM New Haven _ The question of who's serving up food and cleaning up hallways in New Haven schools is sparking protest.

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TII

AOL

#1 Apr 15, 2008
Being a NH custodian the aramark co is cheating the taxpayer. The parents.The workers. And the kids!!!!
Skippy

United States

#2 Apr 15, 2008
Saving money would mean cutting corners. But when you see Unions trying to get in then I see an attemp to fleece the taxpayer. All Govt Employees need to be Union Free. The unions are no better than the mob. Bad Labor is Bad labor!

The Govt needs an audit, My what we would find.
Speak what you know

Bedford, TX

#3 Apr 15, 2008
You are quite oblivious to what UNIONS are really about. Your neighbors, your family, your friends, nurses, teachers...just about everyone you know are unionized workers. The reality is that the fleecing on the taxpayers is done by the NON-UNION ADMINISTRATORS!!! Most of us work in the communities that we live in to make those communities better for ourselves and our families.

As for an audit, the Unionized workers have been asking for this for a very long time. I wonder how much Aramark paid you for your quote. Your comments are uninformed and quite offensive to those who are hardworking people. As a matter of fact your comments are extremely ignorant. Which proves once again, if ignorance is bliss,you must be a happy camper. Don't forget to say Hello to your neighbor...Neighbor!
Skippy wrote:
Saving money would mean cutting corners. But when you see Unions trying to get in then I see an attemp to fleece the taxpayer. All Govt Employees need to be Union Free. The unions are no better than the mob. Bad Labor is Bad labor!
The Govt needs an audit, My what we would find.
Supporter

Alamogordo, NM

#4 Dec 12, 2012
Speak what you know wrote:
You are quite oblivious to what UNIONS are really about. Your neighbors, your family, your friends, nurses, teachers...just about everyone you know are unionized workers. The reality is that the fleecing on the taxpayers is done by the NON-UNION ADMINISTRATORS!!! Most of us work in the communities that we live in to make those communities better for ourselves and our families.
As for an audit, the Unionized workers have been asking for this for a very long time. I wonder how much Aramark paid you for your quote. Your comments are uninformed and quite offensive to those who are hardworking people. As a matter of fact your comments are extremely ignorant. Which proves once again, if ignorance is bliss,you must be a happy camper. Don't forget to say Hello to your neighbor...Neighbor!
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Thank you! I couldn't have said it better!

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