Pete Campos, the outgoing superintendent of the Las Vegas City Schools, will get a five-year contract to serve as president of Luna Community College, its Board of Trustees decided Tuesday.
After an hour and a half closed session, the trustees voted 5-2 in favor of the contract.
Luna’s attorney, Tony Ortiz, said this morning that Campos will make $150,000 a year, which he said was consistent with other college presidents in New Mexico. The contract doesn’t include a provision for severance pay, he said.
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