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New Gloversville schools superintendent takes pay cut, salary freeze

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Gloversville’s new school superintendent took a pay cut and asked that his salary be frozen for three years as part of his four-year contract with the district. Michael Vanyo will start his new job Sept. 1, following his formal appointment Tuesday night by the Gloversville Enlarged School District’s Board of Education. He also has given notice to his former employer, the Liberty Central School District, where he served as superintendent the last five years. Interim ...


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