And we all pay.
Seems the current board was feeling magnanimous at its last meeting, so it decided to give former board member Teri Meider an opportunity to continue living on the public dole.
Does Kerr need an "executive secretary?" Do the taxpayers? What about the kids?
Remember, it's all for the kids.
Any idea on the next board member (former or present) to have a hand in your wallet?
Note: These folks are supposed to be working for the taxpayer, not setting up jobs for their spouses and themselves. Talk about conflicts of interest.