Credit cards to be issued to some school employees

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Superintendent Steve Loughridge’s contract was extended through June 30, 2022.

The Murray County Board of Education voted Monday to move forward with a plan to give certain employees a credit cards. The program will start in February.

“It will be a slow roll-out,” said Kathy Smith, director of finance.

Department heads will be the first to get the cards, which will be issued through Chase and PC Morgan. They will have a low-limit and paid in full monthly with no recurring interest. The limit will be at $5,000.

“Some vendors don’t want to accept checks, so this is a way to help with that and employee travel, school district expenses.”

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Superintendent’s contract

The board of education voted to extend Superintendent Steve Loughridge through June 30, 2022 with no change in pay.

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The Murray County Board of Education is still looking for bus drivers. The county will train them to meet the requirements. Drivers are required a passenger CDL with a safety endorsement.

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The board voted to purchase two maintenance vans from Ware Chevrolet for a total of $51,748 or $25,879 each.

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