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Pay increases approved for law enforcement center employees

(KLZA)-- Richardson County Commissioners approved an annual salary increase of two percent for dispatchers, jailers, clerical, maintenance staff and deputies at the Richardson County Law Enforcement Center when they met Tuesday. 

The pay raises are retroactive to July 1, 2020.

Commissioners also approved the purchase of a 2020 road grader from Nebraska Machinery Company.  The Caterpillar 140G grader will cost $235,300 after the $59-thousand dollar trade allowance.

The Board also approved an agreement with Prichard and Abbott to provide professional appraisal services for oil and gas mineral interest for tax years 2021 and 2022 at a price of $1,930 per year.

It was also noted Richardson County has received $133,669 from FEMA for reimbursement of damages and expenses related to the winter storm and flooding of 2019. 

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