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August 18, 1989 | KEVIN O'LEARY, Times Staff Writer
The Buena Park School District Board of Trustees has agreed to pay ousted Supt. Richard F. Cochran up to $120,000, but only if he fails to find another job in the next year. The unusual terms of the buyout of Cochran's contract followed disclosure that he collected one year of severance pay from a prior job during his first year on the job in Buena Park, according to a lawyer for the district. The reason for Cochran's dismissal was not disclosed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1989 | KEVIN O'LEARY, Times Staff Writer
The Buena Park School District Board of Trustees has agreed to pay ousted Supt. Richard F. Cochran up to $120,000, but only if he fails to find another job in the next year. The unusual terms of the buyout of Cochran's contract followed disclosure that he collected one year of severance pay from a prior job during his first year on the job in Buena Park, according to a lawyer for the district. The reason for Cochran's dismissal was not disclosed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 13, 1989
Richard F. Cochran, the superintendent of the Buena Park School District for the last two years, was placed on a paid administrative leave last month, but school officials gave no public explanation for the change in leadership. Cochran could not be reached for comment Monday. Jack Townsend, who was the district's assistant superintendent in charge of business services, said he was named acting superintendent by the board of trustees at their last meeting two weeks ago, but he said he could not say why the change was made.
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