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The company is also evaluating the return of its customer service to Watertown. If that decision is made the affected employees would have the opportunity to apply for those positions. John B. Johnson, chief executive officer, in a staff meeting said that the company recently evaluated all positions for redundancies and will eliminate a single copy manager, a production system support technician, single copy and subscriber bookkeeper and its corporate controller. “We are yet again faced with the realities that plague our industry,” he said. “JNC has been reeling from tariffs on newsprint, crippling pension payment requirements, government mandated minimum wage increases and the loss of revenue.” Mr. Johnson said the company’s annual pension contribution, based on Internal Revenue Service mandates, has grown to $1 million, and despite the elimination of newsprint tariffs last month, newsprint costs have grown 30 percent to 40 percent in the past year. Newsprint costs are not expected to stabilize for the next 14 to 18 months. “Pension costs have grown astronomically in the past few months because of the low interest rate environment,” Mr. Johnson said.
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They try to cover it up and they don’t take responsibility for what they did,” said Mils Trombley, a BHS student. In a statement Thursday, the district says Principal Noel Green asked paper staff to remove the story finding that it meets an exception to the law by “substantially disrupting the ability of the school to perform its educational mission.” But the Vermont Press Association and the New England First Amendment Coalition says that reasoning doesn’t apply to the law. “That was for extreme cases like if that was a direct threat,” said Mike Donoghue of the Vermont Press Association. Donoghue says it seems school administrators broke the law. “The fact that a story was reported saying our guidance director is facing state charges for six counts of misconduct– that’s just factual information,” Donoghue said. Now, the school has changed its decision, allowing the paper to post the story again. Students think it should have stayed up the whole time. “I think it’s a smart move. We should be aware of what’s happening with our teachers.
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