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Board takes no action on pay raises; sets budget

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com Expect no pay raises for San Benito school district employees…at least for now. The San Benito CISD Board of Trustees on Thursday, Aug. 28, took no action on approving market value salary adjustments as recommended in a Texas Association of School Boards salary survey – dubbed the SBCISD Compensation …

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Mayor, Commissioners propose employee raises

By HEATHER CATHLEEN COX Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com At a recent meeting of the San Benito City Commission, the mayor and elected officials asked City Manager Manuel Lara to reassess the 2014-2015 proposed budget, in an effort to potentially offer City employees a pay raise as high as five percent. “The elected officials and Mayor asked …

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RHISD sets $22 million budget, talks compensation plan

By MATHEW ZUÑIGA Special to the NEWS RIO HONDO – The Rio Hondo Independent School District recently approved its 2014-15 school district budget. The budget was presented to the public in a special meeting on June 30, a meeting which RHISD Superintendent Ismael Garcia said went “smoothly.” The budget is set at $22,044,198, which is …

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City OKs pay raises, budget

Special to the NEWS The San Benito City Commission approved an $11.6 million general fund budget for FY 2013-2014 on Tuesday that includes salary increases for all employees, but designed primarily to benefit hourly wage earners employed by the city. With implementation of the budget on Oct. 1, the first day of the new fiscal …

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MONEY MATTERS: Educators, non-teaching professionals get raises

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com San Benito Consolidated Independent School District employees will be having a green Christmas. The SBCISD Board of trustees unanimously approved $500 incentives for district employees, as well as approving a new compensation plan during a Special Board Meeting on Thursday, July 18. Trustees Hector Leal and Anna Cruz …

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