Cuesta College President Gil Stork received a $51,000 stipend to help pay for medical benefits after he retires on June 30, 2018, a decision that baffled faculty members given a projected budget deficit of more than half a million dollars.
Cuesta College President Gil Stork received a $51,000 stipend to help pay for medical benefits after he retires on June 30, 2018, a decision that baffled faculty members given a projected budget deficit of more than half a million dollars. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Cuesta College President Gil Stork received a $51,000 stipend to help pay for medical benefits after he retires on June 30, 2018, a decision that baffled faculty members given a projected budget deficit of more than half a million dollars. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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