The Ysleta school board voted to audit former superintendent Hector Montenegro's travel and to see if he accepted any honorariums there when he served as superintendent of that El Paso district, according to the El Paso Times.
Trustees want to know about his travel costs, his travel schedule and whether vendors he brought to the district violated district policy or the law in their dealings with him, the paper reported. They also want to know if he violated state law in taking honorariums after 2007 legislation made it against the law for superintendents to do so in most cases.
Montenegro's attorney Neal Adams has said Ysleta officials won't find anything but even if they did, the separation agreement between his client and the school district releases Montenegro from "any and all matters."
Montenegro recently resigned his post as Arlington superintendent after the board asked similar questions here.
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