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Norwin official placed on paid leave

| Monday, August 20, 2018 10:33 p.m

A Norwin school official has been placed on paid administrative leave while the school district and its law firm conduct an investigation involving the administrator.

Walter Lehman, director of facilities and property services, was placed on the paid leave last week while the school district conducts the probe in conjunction with its solicitor, Norwin attorney Falco Muscante said Monday following the Norwin School Board meeting.

Muscante said he could not comment on why Lehman was placed on administrative leave because it involves a personnel matter.

Lehman was not at the meeting Monday and could not be reached for comment.

Lehman’s annual salary for the 2018-2019 school year is $93,340.

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