Superintendent investigation nears $8,000

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SBCISD Superintendent Antonio G. Limón

SBCISD Superintendent Antonio G. Limón

The law firm hired to investigate up to 64 allegations levied against suspended San Benito CISD Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón resumed work in the probe during the month of January—this after no reported activity occurred in December 2013.

The school district was charged $1,162.50 for investigative work conducted by Houston-based Guerra and Farah PLLC, the law firm the SBCISD Board of Trustees hired at $150 per hour to conduct the investigation, from Jan. 3-29.

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    • WeThePeople on April 16, 2014 at 10:17 am
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    Yet another scandal and folly squandering taxpayer dollars! When will you get enough San Benito??

  1. While he’s laughing all the way to the bank and well deserved might I add, these fools continue to look ridiculous .

    • Triple P on March 3, 2014 at 11:25 am
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    The school board wasting money on an investigation that has led nowhere – I guess it could be worse; they could have made a bs survey like they did with the AD/HC job. The SBCISD school board is a joke!

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