, sharmaine. >> good morning, matt. ed turzanski, and larry platt. we're talking about the school starting on time. william hite sent friday as the. he warned that 1300 school employees may have to be laid off. he warned that schools might not start on time. everything will happen, but with caveats, there will not be bus services, fewer school police, we asked the question off the top of the show, did william hite blink and not follow through, what do you think? >> i think it was a tough choice, i do. i think in the end he decided that after having a lot of conversations with a lot of the people including parents and legislators, that it made more sense for him to open schools on time with cuts and that the pressure was going to be maintained on the legislature to get it done in the mid part of september. he has the option to close schools early and continue additional cuts through the school year, but i think, i think it was a tough decision either way. i don't think either way he want he was going to be an easy one make it work well for the school district. >> we haven't been privy to th
, sharmaine matlock-turner, good morning, sharmaine. >> good morning, matt. ed turzanski, and larry platt. we're talking about the school starting on time.
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