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Pay raises granted for Doniphan Co employees
01/10/2019

(KNZA)--Doniphan County employees have been granted pay raises for 2019.

The County Commission Monday approved a 75 cent an hour pay increase for hourly employees.

The Commission also approved a $1,600 annual pay increase for department heads and elected officials, with the exception of the county commissioners.

In addition, the Commission voted to increase the starting wage to $10.75 an hour and increase the amount of compensation in lieu of health insurance from $1.50 an hour to $2.25 an hour.

Following an executive session, the Commission voted to raise the base pay of the road office manager to $37,500 in addition to the annual pay increase.

Also the Commission approved a probationary pay increase for First District Road Foreman Sean Price from $40,000 to $42,080.

All the pay increases are retro-active to January 1.

 

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