School board members agree to take a salary cut
Tim Burke is getting the pay cut he asked for two years ago.
Board members voted 4-2 Monday to cut the salaries paid to school board members. The move cuts the board chair's salary from $5,250 to $4,500 and board members' salaries from $4,200 to $3,600. The board also voted to eliminate a $30 supplemental payment for meetings outside of regular board meetings, and a $30 hourly payment for any of those non-regular board meetings that run longer than three hours.