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ATLANTA, GA (WALB) -

The Dougherty County interim superintendent will stay on the job. 

The State Board of Education says the county can list him as a part-time employee so he can continue collecting his retirement pay.

Thursday, the state board unanimously passed a waiver for the school system.   The Rules Committee met Wednesday and made the recommendation to approve the waiver.  A new law prohibited Mosely from collecting his state retirement benefits if he works full time. 

His retirement salary is over $155,000, and he makes $175,000 from the Dougherty School Board.

Mosely's contract was up on Tuesday, but it will now be extended until June 30th as school board members search for a permanent replacement.

School board members will amend his contract during their meeting Friday.

 

 

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