Non-union employees get 2% wage increase

Vanderslice will work on alternate FY18 budget

Following an executive session discussion, the Board of Selectmen approved a 2% wage increase for non-union employees during its July 10 meeting.

“With a few exceptions,” First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice told The Bulletin, “non-union employees are department heads and those working less than 19 hours.”

The board also agreed to have First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice work with the Police Commission, Fire Commission and heads of town departments to develop a “Plan B” budget for fiscal year 2018 in advance of possible cuts pushed down by the state.

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  • Warrior

    Great idea! It’s nice to know that being lazy, incompetent and rude will be rewarded. Why not give them an extra week of vacation too? I don’t think any of them will be missed.

  • frustrated commuter

    Good for them, bad for taxpayers. Was this disclosed during the budget discussions? Plan “B” better reflect the $1 million dollar refund due to the norwalk second taxing district.

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