Hoover’s Craig gets a raise
New Hoover City Schools Superintendent Andy Craig is now one of the highest paid superintendents in Alabama.
The Birmingham News reported that the Hoover school board agreed Monday to pay the newly promoted Craig $184,000 a year as part of a contract that runs through 2009. Mountain Brook Superintendent Charles G. Mason is the highest paid superintendent, making $205,457 a year.
Craig, the former finance director for Decatur City Schools, is making $17,000 more than former Hoover Superintendent Connie Williams, who was fired in June.
Craig’s base salary is $168,500 with an additional deferred compensation plan that amounts to $15,500 this year. He also gets a $600 monthly vehicle allowance.
- Bayne Hughes
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