Proposed budget has increase; Ivers promoted to EMS deputy
By Lisa King
Friday, May 10, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: May 10, 3:01 am)
County employees would receive get a small raise this year, if the proposed 2013-14 budget presented Tuesday night by Shelby County Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger gets final approval.
In his budget presentation Rothenburger said he was recommending a 1.74 percent pay increase for full-time employees.
Rothenburger called the $18.1 million budget, which is a shade more than last year’s budget of $17.8 million “a balanced budget.”
Rothenburger commended his department heads, including the road department.
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