Her report centered on Stinson's $1000 per month and free gasoline portion of his contract. She starts with:
Some are questioning why a superintendent who had his license suspended after a DUI arrest is still getting a vehicle allowance from the district.She also notes that there is no morals clause in Stinson's contract, unlike contracts with other Superintendents in the area. This means that the Board can not fire him for cause, no matter what.
But some in the community have questioned Stinson's compensation and why his contract did not include a morality clause, protecting the district if officials break the law.She also reports that he did take a salary cut, but only 9%, not the promised 15%.
Multiple contracts and funny business with them has led to the difference between Kenney's report and my last post "Another Lie From Decatur School District - This Time Its a Whopper !"
Last year, Decatur Township Schools grappled with a $5 million budget deficit, prompting Stinson to take a 15 percent cut to his base salary.
However, when factoring in his total income from salary and benefits, Stinson's compensation was cut more like 9 percent from $302,433 to $275,539, according to records provided to 6News.
District spokesman Robin Gregory said the cut came out of Stinson's annuities, which is the district's contribution to his retirement.
More on that in my next post.