By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
The investigation into Antonio G. Limón, who’s currently on paid suspension as the San Benito CISD Superintendent of Schools, has exceeded the $20,000 mark with more than $5,000 alone spent on travel expenses.
Houston-based law firm Guerra and Farah PLLC – the attorneys hired by the SBCISD Board of Trustees via a highly-controversial 4-3 vote to conduct the investigation into Limón – charged the school district $7,584.33 then $5,387.32 for investigative work conducted from Feb. 10-27 and from March 3-21, respectively. That brings the current cost of the probe, which was launched in September 2013, to $20,808.65.
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