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Council begins process of selling city hall | Local News | #citycouncil

City council took its first steps to sell the city hall building this week. City hall, at 230 N. Jefferson St., has just 11 employees and yearly upkeep costs are about $90,000, not including about $1.1 million needed to upgrade the roof and boiler system. To save money, a plan is in the works to […]

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City Council approves retention bonuses for employees | News | #citycouncil

All full-time employees who work for the city of Milledgeville will get an extra check next week, just in time for a little extra Christmas shopping perhaps. Those who have worked for the city for more than a year will receive a check for $1,000, while those who have worked for the city less than […]

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Arkansas

Arkansas’ governor recommends school funding increase

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Thursday recommended that lawmakers increase public school funding by $550 million over the next two years to raise teacher pay as the Republican prepares to leave office in January. Hutchinson presented his budget recommendations to a legislative panel days after Republican Sarah Huckabee Sanders was elected the […]

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City Council

Fairmont, West Virginia, City Council to hear first reading of updated union contract | Fairmont News | #citycouncil

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Arkansas

Arkansas lawmakers discussing ideas for teacher pay increases

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) – Lawmakers apart of a joint senate-house committee are meeting this week to discuss teacher pay in the state of Arkansas. Despite the issue being discussed during a special legislative session in August, lawmakers took no action towards making any changes. Since then, school districts like Little Rock and Russellville have taken […]

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Alabama

New fiscal year begins on high note for state workers and teachers | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

The new state fiscal year begins Oct. 1, and the two state budgets are flush. Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will be the largest in state history. The General Fund Budget is a record breaking $2.7 billion. It increases the revenue to mental health and prisons. Medicaid continues to be […]

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City Council

Alexander City City Council approves 15% employee raise with new budget | National News | #citycouncil

Confidence is increasing in the Alexander City Municipal Complex. Mayor Woody Baird said anticipated revenue growth for Alexander City’s general fund and growth in the area allowed city leaders and the Alexander City City Council to enact a 15 percent raise for city employees. It’s a move Baird thinks will help keep employees from leaving […]

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Alexander City City Council approves 15% employee raise with new budget | News | #citycouncil

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Arkansas

Hutchinson said Legislature didn’t support spending surplus on teacher raises | Arkansas

(The Center Square) – Arkansas legislators designated a $1.6 billion surplus for tax breaks and school safety grants but did not take up teacher pay raises in a special session that ended Thursday.  Arkansas Democrats introduced a bill that would have used $600 million of the surplus to raise starting teachers’ salaries from $36,000 to $42,000. […]

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City Council

Williamsburg City Council adopts new alcohol ordinance, premium pay for employees | Local News | #citycouncil

In a special meeting held Thursday via Zoom, Williamsburg City Council approved the second reading of an alcohol ordinance that expands sales times for certain businesses. This is big news to the businesses in Williamsburg that hold an NQ 1 alcohol license. The amendment only affects businesses such as hotels or race tracks, and specifically, […]

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