Station manager’s income questioned in Seattle school audit


KNHC-FMSelect Seattle Public School managers are making a staggering amount of overtime they’re not entitled to, says an exclusive KIRO-TV investigation, and one of them is the radio station supervisor at high school station KNHC-FM (C89.5, a Class C1 station with broad coverage of the market.

Last March, KIRO started pouring through 12-page audit, analyzing data that suggested the district could save $2.8 million just by following its own guidelines on overtime and stopping sick leave cash out payments.

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