- Associated Press - Friday, September 11, 2015

DECATUR, Ala. (AP) - Records show that suspended Calhoun Community College Vice President Alicia Taylor will avoid termination and keep her retirement pension under terms of a legal settlement.

The Decatur Daily reported (https://bit.ly/1KcOkh2) details of the deal Thursday, after obtaining documents from the college under Alabama’s open records act.

Records show that Taylor will be allowed to remain on administrative leave with full salary and benefits until Feb. 29, and will then retire. Taylor makes about $109,000 annually.

The newspaper reports that Taylor was escorted from campus by school security in May. Calhoun President James Klauber Jr. recommended she be terminated, citing several reasons including “failure to perform duties in a satisfactory manner.”

Taylor oversaw student financial aid.

The Decatur newspaper reports that neither Taylor nor her attorney could be reached for comment.


Information from: The Decatur Daily, https://www.decaturdaily.com/decaturdaily/index.shtml

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