LIBERTY, Mo. - The Liberty School District will pay more than $70,000 to settle a case involving its former superintendent.
The case involved Scott Taveau and the Missouri Public School Retirement System.
A judge agreed with the retirement system's claim that Taveau owed them $245,000 for retirement benefits to which he wasn't entitled.
As we've been reporting, the judge ordered the school district to pay the system for retirement benefits and interest.
Taveau is appealing.
He also faces criminal charges in Clay County court.
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