Wendy Leung, Staff Writer
Created: 03/28/2010 07:02:37 AM PDT

Some good news may arrive for a group of teachers at the Chino Valley Unified School District. The board is expected to approve a recommendation this week to rescind many of the 71 preliminary layoff notices sent to teachers earlier this month. The move is possible after 160 senior teachers agreed to early retirement.

Also in the Daily Bulletin this week, there will be updates concerning Pomona’s Lanterman Developmental Center.

The state Department of Developmental Services is scheduled to provide the Legislature with a closure plan for the developmental center on Thursday. The Legislature will then decide what to do next with the state center that provides care for hundreds of Californians with developmental disabilities.

The department in January announced it intends to close the 302-acre facility that is more than 100 years old. Rebuilding the infrastructure – including new or upgraded water and sewer systems – is no longer cost-effective.

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