Kaiserslautern child care hit by federal hiring freeze
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Families seeking on-base child care in the Kaiserslautern area — home to the largest U.S. military community overseas — soon may feel the pinch of the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Army and Air Force officials said this week they’ve had to make some adjustments to their child care programs because of the hiring freeze.
Officials with U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pflaz said in a statement Tuesday that effective immediately, the garrison’s Child and Youth Services programs had stopped offering hourly care, though existing reservations would still be honored.
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