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Saturday, November 22, 2008

The Check is Not in the Mail

District Administration Magazine has picked up on the story of the Alabama State Department of Education being unable to make payroll of the second straight month. The story can be found here.

In Talladega, we received our paychecks, received the full amount, received them a full week before the end of the month, and it all happened without having to borrow from a bank. Thank goodness for Mable!

1 Comments:

At 6:58 PM, Blogger Pattie Thomas said...

I agree that Mrs. Gunter needs a pat on the back. She is an asset to our district and her financial wizardry is much appreciated.

 

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