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Kalispell Superintendent's Contract Laid Out, Awaiting Vote

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Negotiations are over and the Kalispell school board will vote to approve the new superintendent's contract at their February 4 meeting.

An overall vote for the contract would put Mark Flatau as head of Kalispell schools for the next three years.

He would start July 1 and make about $129,500 a year.

This comes after a visit to his current school district in Washington state and about a week of talks to decide the terms of the contract.

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