Monday, February 11, 2013

Even Luis Alejo is now chiming in the Marilyn Shepherd brouhaha

Assemblyman Luis Alejo (D-Watsonville), well known for stepping into already controversial issues, has decided to dip his toes into the Monterey Peninsula Unified latest skirmish.

Alejo announced on Monday he's introducing a bill that would limit severance pay for superintendents from 18 months to three months. He plans to modify his bill to limit paid leave of absence for superintendents, a move that's directly addressing the recent departure of Marilyn Shepherd, who was granted a paid leave of absence in January.

More on that later.

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