County employees back to work
Two weeks after voting to shave hours for county employees, the Board of Supervisors has agreed to reinstitute a 40 hour work week. The order went into effect Monday, June 6.
Beat 1 Supervisor James Dunn made the motion to reverse the cutbacks.
“There’s been some confusion,” Dunn said. “Some employees are working four days a week, and some are working five.”
Beat 2 Supervisor Cedric Burnett asked if there had been a noticeable change yet.
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