Neshaminy Parents, Taxpayers to Rally at Bucks County Courthouse
A group of Neshaminy parents and taxpayers have organized a rally outside of the Bucks County Courthouse this Tuesday.
As the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers and Neshaminy School Board meet in front of Bucks County Judge Robert Baldi Tuesday, a group of Neshaminy parents and taxpayers will be rallying just outside of the court.
At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, an hour before the hearing in Baldi's courtroom, the group will be rallying to let the judge know that the community supports the board and he should not order any negotiating schedule that places an undue financial hardship on the board members, event organizer Ed MacConnell told Patch.
"We also want to let the community know that they should be out here supporting this as well, and the teachers who think that they have community support should see that while we may support them as teachers, we do not support the NFT or any of their job actions and negotiating strategies," he said.
MacConnell said that the group committed to doing whatever is necessary to bring this situation to an end.
"We have just had enough!," he said.