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.
Dulaney named Woman of the Year Read more
Town, schools answer county complaint By its own calculations,...
Gaming agent killed at Robinsonville office In an apparent accidental...
Meeting with the State Superintendent State Superintendent...
NWCC offers test assistance for job seekers, adult students Too few people...