Panel votes against salary increase

The Cole County Salary Commission voted Thursday against increasing salaries for elected officials, but to take a cost-of-living increase with other county employees, should one be given.

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When the county became a first-class county in 1997, state law required the creation of a salary commission composed of all county elected officials. They meet every two years to vote on whether to increase salaries.


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