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Tybee Restores Worker Merit Raises

11/09/2009 - Tybee City Council is dipping into a contingency fund to cover up to $25,000 in merit pay increases for city workers.
Last Thursday’s approval of merit raises of up to 1.5 percent follows the council’s agreement in October to grant cost-of-living raises of 1.5 percent to all of the city’s approximate 80 workers starting on Jan. 1.

The merit raises will go to high-performing employees recommended by department heads. They are to become effective after Jan. 1.

Tybee council members had to forsake merit and cost-of-living raises for employees during preparation of the current fiscal year’s budget that went into effect July 1. They pledged to restore the raises at mid fiscal year if the money were available.

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