Palm Beach County commissioners unanimously agreed Tuesday to change the pay rules for their administrative assistants to allow them to secure a senior position – and a higher salary – more quickly.
The county’s rules now require commission assistants to be employed by the county for 8 to 15 years before they can become a senior administrative assistant.
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The Palm Beach County Commission took the following action Tuesday:
GL Homes: Postponed a decision on whether to accept a $2.8 million payout from GL Homes rather than require the developer to set aside land for purposes such as parks and fire stations in the county’s Agricultural Reserve.
Auditing: Approved a three-year, $2.2 million contract with McGladrey, LLP for external auditing services.