Accessibility Central To Rogers Grievance Debate

District Plumber Files Complaint On ADA, Supervision

Posted: January 23, 2014 at 5 a.m.

An employee grievance drew accessibility into the spotlight Tuesday night at the Rogers School Board meeting.

At A Glance

In A Nutshell

In a grievance filed Oct. 22 with the Rogers School District and advanced to a board appeal on Tuesday, Mike Price, master plumber, requested:

Work orders be prioritized for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance.

District leadership rewrite his job description and salary scale.

A change in supervisor.

Price’s grievance will be deliberated on by the Rogers School Board at 5 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Joye R. Kelley Administration building, 500 W. Walnut St. A decision in the level 4 grievance is required by or at the Feb. 18 board meeting.

Source: Staff Report

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