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Jordan School Board Votes to Reconsider Pay Raise

Jordan School Board Votes to Reconsider Pay Raise



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(KSL News) The Jordan Board of Education is reconsidering a decision to give board members a major pay raise.

Last month the board voted to quadruple their pay to $12,000 a year. That decision prompted a firestorm of public criticism.

Last night, board members voted to reconsider. A public hearing on the issue will be held August 21.

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