However, she said, it is possible that some of the individuals identified for layoff may be asked to stay on if college enrollment numbers increase.
“Those people may not in the end all be laid off because if enrollment increases and we have what we need, we certainly will keep what we have,” she said. “We know what we have is good.”
Board member David Favro added that he was impressed with the way the young women who spoke on behalf of the college’s employees demonstrated themselves.
“You are the iconic model of what we want in students at Clinton Community College,” he said. “Clearly that’s a testimony to Donna (Dixon) and the people that have taught you. You make these decisions very very very difficult.”
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