The city’s 450 employees will receive a 2 percent pay increase and a one-time 1.5 percent lump sum payment.
“Our employees have done a great job. The city’s total revenues are up and we have reduced expenses. They deserve the increases,” said Vice Mayor Bert Premuroso, who proposed the pay raise.
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