We think that the low-interest mortgage San Luis Coastal Unified School District’s board of trustees is offering the superintendent is ill-advised.
If the board feels that he can’t afford to buy a house in SLO on his salary, how do they expect their faculty and staff to buy homes in SLO on one-third of the superintendent’s salary?
Yes, he may be doing a great job, but so are their faculty and staff.
The board should stick to the education field, not meddle into the banking business.
Michael and Caroline Botwin, San Luis Obispo