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June 24, 2011

Pennington County Commission Delays Merit Pay Discussion

Budget concerns drive re-consideration of pay hikes.

Pennington County Commissioners are considering a proposal to deny 2.5 percent merit pay increases to county department heads. In their meeting on June 21, commissioners voted to delay a decision and will discuss the proposal in two weeks. All county employees, including department heads, are scheduled to receive a 2 percent cost of living increase in 2012. Read the full article from the Rapid City Journal, or for more Pennington County Government news, click here.

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