Superintendent cuts own pay to help schools

An Ohio district superintendent, Dan Bennett, wants district residents to approve a 1% tax increase to pay for the operation of new schools to ease overcrowding. So Bennett -- who does not live in the district and thus would not be taxed -- has arranged to donate 1% of his yearly $118,014 salary to the district, meaning his annual donation to the schools will be $1,180.14.

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