10/17/12 - 1:13pm
More than 100 people packed into the room at the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District meeting Monday in Soldotna.
The group, made up of teachers, staff and union supporters, spoke for more than an hour about the lack of a contract between the school district and the two unions and how they thought the board of education members could help.
“I feel like you guys wield a lot of power,” said Terri Tidwell, a member of the KPESA bargaining team. “Power that holds all of the employees and all of the students in this district at your hand.”