Public Reacts To Centinelia Superintendent Scandal At District Board Meeting

CBS Los Angeles

LAWNDALE ( — The public was outraged at a Tuesday night meeting of the Centinela Valley Union High School District board meeting after it surfaced that the board was paying $50,000 per year for a $1 million whole-life insurance policy for its superintendent, in addition to an inflated salary.

The embattled district board held a meeting in lieu of the controversially inflated salary for superintendent Jose Fernandez, at over $600,000 per year, and at taxpayer expense, with further evidence of the additional insurance policy, of which Fernandez has the ability to cash out at any time.

« I think it’s an abomination, really, it’s really an abomination, » Human services practitioner Marian Thomas said. « Those are taxpayer dollars, (and) what that is doing is its actually taking away from children. This is a working class neighborhood (and) school district, and that’s unthinkable, it’s unconscionable, really, I think. You know, where’s the…

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