The Pajaro Valley Federation of Teachers has caved, the Santa Cruz Sentinel reports this morning. As was blogged previously, union leadership attempted to deal with members voting out 14-year President Carolyn Savino by putting her in a full-time union post while cutting her victorious opponent’s job to part-time.
It appears, however, that the will of the voters will be upheld, more or less. The new president, Francisco Rodriguez, will have a full-time position, while ex-President Savino will stay on full-time until June in order to “assist in the transition of power.”
I’m sure they’ll get along just fine.