Public is asked for help, then told to get lost
After this column recently mentioned the state pension fix proposed by former Sterling attorney David Murray, the editor heard from some readers who still hold a grudge against the retired lawyer.
One called Murray a “hatchet man” who had been hired by many local school boards “to go after teachers during negotiations.”
Another reader, a retired teacher, wrote that Murray had once told teachers, in the midst of bargaining, that “if we wanted more money, we should get second jobs at McDonald’s.”
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