Oklahoma Veterans Affairs Department seeks money to increase administrators pay
The Oklahoma Veterans Affairs Department is seeking more than $250,000 in new money next year to pay for upping the salaries of five administrators.
The Oklahoma Veterans Affairs Department, which has come under scrutiny amid allegations of mistreatment of residents at some of its seven veterans centers, is seeking more than $250,000 in additional money next year to increase salaries of five administrators.
The salary request is part of the agency’s central office reorganization, which includes boosting the salary of the director, John McReynolds, who was hired last month, from $99,750 to...
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