CCSU Lawyer Responds To Union Labor Board Complaint

Attorney Pietro Lynn, standing, argues before the Vermont Supreme Court earlier in an appeal brought in a case over whether negotiations for public school employees should be in public or private; the union for the Caledonia Central Supervisory Union had refused to bargain in open session. Seated to the left is Rebecca McBroom, attorney for the Vermont-NEA, representing the Caledonia Central Education Association. Chief Justice Paul L. Reiber is seen seated, joined by the other four high court justices. Now, Lynn, in his capacity as attorney for CCSU, is accused of threatening union leaders jobs for speaking out about a recent climate survey which gave Superintendent Dr. Mathew Forest poor marks. (File Photo by Amy Ash Nixon)

DANVILLE – The attorney for the Caledonia Central Supervisory Union, Pietro Lynn, responded to a complaint filed with the Vermont Labor Relations Board by the teachers’ union serving the Caledonia Central Supervisory Union.

The union claims that Lynn, in an email to the Vermont-National Education Association’s general counsel this spring, threatened teacher jobs.


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