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City council makes budget amendments | Local News | #citycouncil

City council approved amendments before it approved the 2023 budget during last Tuesday’s meeting. One of these was the increase of the code enforcement supervisor’s salary from $45,000 to $60,000. This would put the position in the range of the public works director, who makes $62,080.67 a year. Under Home Rule charter, incoming Administrator Chris […]

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City Council

Fairmont City Council OKs pandemic premium pay | Local News | #citycouncil

FAIRMONT — City employees will be getting a bigger paycheck this holiday season. Tuesday night, Fairmont City Council approved spending $1.2 million from the city’s American Rescue Plan funds be distributed to the public workers whose jobs could have exposed them to COVID-19 over the last two years. The pay is based on the sacrifice […]

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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

Greenville City Council, GUC approve salary and health insurance adjustments | Local News | #citycouncil

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Alabama

Alabama adding more credentialed employees to the workforce | Alabama | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

(The Center Square) – Alabama is well on its way to adding more than half a million workers to the economy who have postsecondary education. Republican Gov. Kay Ivey says the state has added 214,922 credentialed workers to the workforce under the Success Plan since the effort was launched in 2018, according to the Center […]

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Alabama

Alabama adding more credentialed employees to the workforce | National News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

(The Center Square) – Alabama is well on its way to adding more than half a million workers to the economy who have postsecondary education. Republican Gov. Kay Ivey says the state has added 214,922 credentialed workers to the workforce under the Success Plan since the effort was launched in 2018, according to the Center […]

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City Council

Look back: Auburn City Council to review management pay plan | History | #citycouncil

July 18, 2007 After stepping out from under unions’ umbrellas, workers who have moved to management positions in city hall may see some gray clouds ahead if a proposal receives council support. During Thursday’s work session, the Auburn City Council will review an ordinance that would change how city management staff gets paid, how much […]

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Alabama

Alabamians encouraged to serve as poll workers | #elections | #alabama

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) – Alabama Secretary of State, John Merrill, is urging Alabamians to serve as poll workers for the May 24 primary. Poll workers are election officials that help to carry out Election Day procedures at local polling places and with about 1,980 polling places in Alabama, there are plenty of positions that need […]

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