One after the other, town councilors last night said they support the School Committee and appealed to the teachers union to vote for wage concessions without conditions to save jobs.
"Personally, on this issue, I'm behind the School Committee 100 percent," said Chairman Christopher Feeley.
He and his fellow councilors said they do not believe the majority of teachers support the union leadership's hardline stance on the three conditions that stand in the way of an agreement with the School Committee.
They urged union leaders to hold another meeting to let the membership vote on the issue, and implored teachers to attend and let their voices be heard.
Councilor Joseph McGann said he believes it is only a "handful" of union members who refuse to accept a wage deferment without conditions attached.
"It's just a handful, and that handful is very selfish and very one-sided. Every other union in Franklin has conceded to and waived raises," McGann said.
read the full article about the Councilor's comments in the Milford Daily News here