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Maintenance chief used school equipment for private business

March 12, 2010
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MONROE, LA — Energy and Maintenance Manager Kirk Clark has been suspended for 10 days and ordered to repay the Monroe City Schools district $2,000 for allegedly using school equipment for his private janitorial business, according to the Associate Press.

According to the story, Clark used two buffers, a carpet cleaner and wet vacuum to perform services for area businesses through his company, Kz Clark Enterprises.

Clark has worked with the school district for 29 years and receives an annual salary of about $50,000, the story stated.

According to the story, the Monroe Federation of Teachers has complained that any other employee would have been fired for the same transgressions, and that they first asked the district to investigate Clark''s actions over two years ago.

Clark will not receive pay during his 10-day suspension, the story added.

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