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Here’s the two-page severance deal Avista is offering workers for a buyout

Needless to say, the story about Avista Corp. offering buyouts to most of its workers, which ran online Tuesday, caught lots of attention. It engendered dozens of comments as well, covering the usual spectrum.

In case you want to know how generous (or not) the buyout from Avista is, we'll provide you the document sent around earlier this week. It's the full two-pager, but it's not necessarily the final version. As Avista moves forward, it's possible some of the terms may change slightly.

Anyway, this is how it reads:  Look for link below this box; document is a PDF. You will need Acrobat Reader, Foxit Reader or some other PDF viewer to read it.


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