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Big raise could mean $1 million more in retirement for Lodi unified superintendent

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Posted: Friday, February 22, 2008 10:00 pm

A pay raise granted this week to Lodi Unified's interim superintendent means an extra $40,000 in retirement benefits each year for the rest of his life - perhaps adding up to $1 million if he lives another 25 years.

Lodi Unified board members voted 5-1 Tuesday night to approve a $45,000 increase for Len Casanega, who will serve as superintendent through July 3.

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