Rising retiree - legacy costs' a growing concern
Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Ellis Gauthier, 75, a former educator and assistant principal at Woodlawn High School in Baton Rouge, retired in 1994 after 33 years of service.
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#1 Dec 9, 2012
Because of the huge number of school teachers, administraters, and their family members they could get the votes for lucrative pay, great Insurance and unbelievable early retirement that none of the rest of the people could get they have profited greatly. Now the real world of finance sets in and everyone realizes that it is not affordable and never was truly realistic numbers. All government employee pay and retirement should be looked at and realize that there is not enough tax payer dollars to give away that kind of payment and there never was. Time for major adjustment in pay and retiremont that reflect the real ability of the local, state, and federal government to pay. This government need to quit spending money that the tax payers local and nationaly just don't have and can't afford.
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