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Supervisors set raises

BY DI STAFF | JANUARY 28, 2010 7:30 AM

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The Johnson County Board of Supervisors agreed on salary raises for elected officials, their deputies, and non-bargaining employees at a budget meeting Wednesday.

Elected officials and their deputies will receive a raise of 1.4 percent, down from the 2 percent that the Compensation Commission originally recommended, said Supervisor Chairwoman Sally Stutsman.

Non-bargaining employees, or employees who are not part of the union, have proposed raises of 2.75 percent, Stutsman said. Supervisors will decide whether to confirm those raises later.

Employees who are a part of a union have their salaries calculated separately.

The raises will likely be factored into the Johnson County budget, which is set to be approved on Feb. 11.

— by Grace Savides


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