(CBS) – A leading government watchdog is criticizing a pension deal that’s giving the former superintendent for Lincoln-Way High School District more than $300,000 a year.
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The former superintendent of District 210, Lawrence Wyllie, has the largest pension in the Illinois Teachers Retirement System.READ MORE: Evanston Police Called To A Stabbing, Fatal Shooting Incident
It’s not the only large pension. But Andy Shaw of the Better Government Association says it’s one of the causes of the state’s pension crisis and it has to stop.
Shaw says residents in the Lincoln-Way High School District don’t have to pay for Wyllie’s retirement pay. If they were the ones footing the bill, there would have been outrage.MORE NEWS: Family Remembers Azul De La Garza, Young Woman Shot And Killed In West Elsdon, As 'Beautiful Soul' With A Future In Art
It comes instead from the taxpayers around the state, Shaw says.