Some Hamilton County Teachers Did Not Get Paid

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Updated: 7/19/2013 7:14 pm
Some Hamilton County teachers are angry.
They just found out they did not get paid.
The department of education contacted 12-month salary employees Friday morning to alert them of the direct deposit snafu.
They're currently working on a solution.
Teachers are being told to document in writing any fees charged because of insufficient funds.
The Hamilton County Education Association will work with the district to try and get those costs reimbursed.
Shortly after 5:00pm Friday evening, WDEF News12 got a call from the Tennessee Valley federal Credit Union.
All of their member's accounts have now been paid.
It's not clear if teachers with accounts at other banks have been paid as well.
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