By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
The San Benito Consolidated Independent School District has thus far spent over $2,000 on the investigation into suspended Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón.
Not calculating the amount of money—$165,303 annually—spent to keep Limón on paid administrative leave, or the salary of Alfonso Obregón, who since June has been paid $717.25 per day to serve as the interim superintendent, the SBCISD Board of Trustees-approved probe is expected to cost much more than a couple thousand dollars.
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