O'Sullivan to forgo raise

NORWICH – Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan announced Wednesday night that he would be forgoing a raise next year as one of many measures to cut costs as the district struggles to develop the budget for the 2010-2011 academic year.

“(I am) recommending freezing my salary,” O’Sullivan said, as he discussed the additional $950,000 struck from the draft budget since the district’s board of education saw the document last Wednesday. To date, he has proposed some $2 million in cuts to district spending as Norwich struggles to create a budget which both safeguards the district’s core academic program and minimizes the impact of state aid cuts on the district’s taxpayers.

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