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town employees denied raises?

Postby ebakenoza » Fri Apr 01, 2011 7:11 am

heard aroundthe lamp post that at least one town employee did not receive their raise this pay period,clerical error?
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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby Sheila » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:51 am

Yes that is true. Apparently I am not entitled to my whole 1/6% COLA, per one Selectmen's opionion.

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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby shawn_oneil » Fri Apr 01, 2011 10:31 am

Sheila wrote:Yes that is true. Apparently I am not entitled to my whole 1/6% COLA, per one Selectmen's opionion.

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If you would like to come into the Delegate session at Monday's Board meeting and discuss further that would be your decision.
The position was changed to the fixed salary of $7500/year on 1/1/2011. It was in both the Operation Budget for the ACO & the Default Budget for the ACO. That is the rate for 2011. The position would be eligible for a COLA in FY2012 if the Board & Budget Committee choose to have a COLA for all positions in FY2012, and ratified by the voters.
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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby Sheila » Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:11 pm

The only
shawn_oneil wrote:If you would like to come into the Delegate session at Monday's Board meeting and discuss further that would be your decision.
The position was changed to the fixed salary of $7500/year on 1/1/2011. It was in both the Operation Budget for the ACO & the Default Budget for the ACO. That is the rate for 2011. The position would be eligible for a COLA in FY2012 if the Board & Budget Committee choose to have a COLA for all positions in FY2012, and ratified by the voters.
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The position was NOT changed the way the town now pays me was. I still get paid the only thing that changed was hourly to salary. That should not effect my COLA or my longevity raises. Other employees got their COLA and their positions were changed. The Selectmen letter dated and sent out to all employees was to have ALL with COLA. Sheila
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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby ebakenoza » Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:09 am

wasn't there a new position created on Highway so that someone could get a raise,or more hours added to another position so that someone could get more money?
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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby Sheila » Sat Apr 02, 2011 3:41 pm

You are correct.........apparently thats different

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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby ebakenoza » Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:17 pm

ANYONE WATCH selectmens meeting tonite? was town employees raises brought up?how about the F A H?
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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby Sheila » Tue Apr 05, 2011 9:02 am

I did appear before the Selectboard last night. There were a number of people there for other various reasons. When Mr. Oneil finally reconized me, I asked the question. The only one that said anything was Chris G. who's question was what did the Chief say. Mr. O'neil gave his opionion of course, the others, sat there like someone glued their mouths. My advise is to watch the replay of the event. I left after speaking I had another meeting to attend in Fremont to which I arrived late for, otherwise I would have stayed for the rest of.


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Re: town employees denied raises?

Postby Sheila » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:07 pm

shawn_oneil wrote:
Sheila wrote:Yes that is true. Apparently I am not entitled to my whole 1/6% COLA, per one Selectmen's opionion.

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If you would like to come into the Delegate session at Monday's Board meeting and discuss further that would be your decision.
The position was changed to the fixed salary of $7500/year on 1/1/2011. It was in both the Operation Budget for the ACO & the Default Budget for the ACO. That is the rate for 2011. The position would be eligible for a COLA in FY2012 if the Board & Budget Committee choose to have a COLA for all positions in FY2012, and ratified by the voters.
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