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By Will Fritz
Associate Editor 

In split vote, Fallbrook Union Elementary board approves raises for superintendent, other administrators

The vote was taken after the board approved a new contract for classified employees

 

Last updated 1/23/2020 at 6:28pm

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Fallbrook Union Elementary School District board members voted unanimously Jan. 21 to raise pay for classified employees, but Board Member Caron Lieber objected to also raising administrators' pay.

The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District voted at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 21, to approve a new two-year contract with its classified employees’ union granting them a 4 percent raise — and also voted to give the superintendent and other administrators a similar pay boost.

The union contract passed unanimously, but the administrative salary increase had one dissenter: Board Member Caron Lieber.

“My position is the superintendent has already received her raise in July, it’s a 5 percent raise,” Lieber said at Tuesday’s board meeting, reading from a statement she prepared bef...



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