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Posted: Saturday, November 3, 2012 12:30 am

COLUMBIA COUNTY — Over the coming weeks, the Columbia County Board of Supervisors will be taking a closer look at proposals for a tentative 2013 budget. Among the items they will be considering is whether to give non-union employees and department heads raises of 2.5 percent to match raises expected for the county’s union employees. The non-union employees generally earn more than their union counterparts.

County Controller Ron Caponera has planned on budgeting the county’s department heads a 2.5 percent raise to keep up with the percentage raises of most of the county’s union workers, as has been the past practice of the board.

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