Globe: More Boston bus drivers reprimanded for 1-day strike

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November 7, 2013, 6:09 am
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(NECN) -  There is new information of the discipline in the wake of a one-day Boston school bus driver strike last month.
According to the Boston Globe, Veolia Corporation, which runs the school department's buses, has fired two more drivers, bringing the total firings to four.
Another 680 drivers were issued a letter of reprimand, which will stay on their file for 13 months.
Interim School Superintendent John McDonough said he's hopeful the employment dispute with the union will end soon.

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