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Kettering government schools treasurer resigns

Steve Clark, who has been on paid administrative leave since May 6, resigned as treasurer of the Kettering School District on Monday night. Clark reached an agreement with the school board to resign while the board was conducting an executive session about his fate that lasted more than four hours. Under the agreement, reached in principle, Clark resigned effective Monday night, but will continue to receive his salary for 19 months. Clark is paid $125,000 annually.

“I feel we did everything we could in this situation,” said George Bayless, president of the school board.

What you could have done was to fire him months ago. Now, he will get approximately $197,916 of taxpayers money.

Dayton Daily News

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