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Lodi Unified School District’s Odie Douglas takes job in Pleasanton

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Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2012 12:04 pm | Updated: 1:10 pm, Tue Jun 5, 2012.

Lodi Unified School District's Odie Douglas has been hired by a school district in Pleasanton. As the assistant superintendent of educational services, he will earn an annual salary of $165,790 including stipends.

Although he doesn't officially start the new job until July 1, Douglas will work with the person retiring from the position.

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  • William Dawes posted at 8:06 pm on Thu, May 24, 2012.

    William Dawes Posts: 116

    It makes sense that he is moving closer to his Socialist capital of the S.F. Bay area.

    I am surprised his mentor, Huyett, couldn't find him a spot in Berkeley..hmmm.

  • Jerry Bransom posted at 5:47 pm on Thu, May 24, 2012.

    Jerry Bransom Posts: 364

    Here is proof that the more useless a government employee is, the higher the salary. Why am I working so hard to pay these people my hard earned tax dollars?

  • Allen Davis posted at 3:21 pm on Thu, May 24, 2012.

    allenluchador Posts: 16

    So Mr. Douglas was demoted here and yet he is being hired to administrate in another community for more money? This is the same man that wanted Advanced Placement classes for everyone? He did his best to shut down most vocational programs. No wonder our State Educational system is having problems.



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