By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
San Benito CISD incurred more than a quarter of a million dollars in costs associated with the year-long suspension and investigation into Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón, district records have shown.
Of the approximately $335,983.43 spent by the district as a result of the superintendent’s suspension and investigation, $28,588.05 was incurred for legal costs while a combined $307,395.38 was paid in salaries to Limón, who was reinstated on May 26 after being on paid leave since May 23, 2013, and the two interim superintendents who lead the district in his stead.
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