ELIZABETH – A school custodian will get a new hearing on tenure charges thanks to a recent appeals court ruling, according to a Star-Ledger report.
In 2004, Louis Melillo was charged with improper behavior toward high school students working summer jobs who were assigned to him, but the state education commissioner and other authorities found that the allegations were not substantiated.
Melillo has continued to work for the school district, though he alleges that he has been denied pay raises and vacation time, the report said.
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