No raises planned for Greenville town employees
Oct 14, 2014 7:25 am
Audrey Matott is reporting in The Daily Mail town of Greenville employees will not see an increase in salary in the coming year. Town Supervisor Paul Macko made the announcement at the Town Board budget workshop last week. “There are no provisions in our budget for raises. It’s a lean budget," Macko said. Despite the hold on wages, Macko acknowledged taxes would still increase in 2015, however. The bulk of projected budget increases are related to employee benefits, he said. An exception was the high cost of snow removal, attributed to the escalating price of salt. According to the See Through New York database, the town of Greenville employed 21 people in 2014. Its annual payroll totaled nearly $600,000. The board will hold a second budget workshop Wed., Oct. 22 at Pioneer Town Hall. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.