RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — A New Jersey-appointed fact finder will attempt to settle a 10-month contract dispute between the Ridgewood Board of Education and the Ridgewood Education Association in February, northjersey.com reports.
Meanwhile, the two parties will try to work it out on their own despite the several points of contention.
A fight over how much REA members must contribute to their health insurance premiums remains one of them, the northjersey.com story says.
A spokeswoman told northjersey.com that members pay an average of 26 percent of the cost of their health insurance premiums, which members say is too much.
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