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Brighton City Council not yet interested in shorter workweek

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By Joe Moylan

Brighton City Council discussed the possibility of moving to a four-day work week recently, following a similar decision by Brighton School District 27J officials.

But while students in Brighton will go to school four days a week starting in the fall, Brighton city council members ultimately opted to remain on a traditional Monday through Friday schedule.

Brighton Urban Renewal Authority Executive Director Ryan Johnson made a strong pitch in favor of transitioning to a schedule of four, 10-hour days, during a recent council study session. 


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