Twinsburg's Non-Union Workers Could Get Pay Raises This Year
Twinsburg City Council will vote next week on an ordinance that would give the city's non-union workers a 3 percent raise this year.
Twinsburg's non-union workers could get a 3 percent pay raise for 2013.
The city has 28 non-union workers, and the raises if passed would cost the city about $70,000, according to the Twinsburg Bulletin.
The raises are meant to keep the city's non-union workers in line with the pay of the city's union employees.
The city council presented the salary ordinance at its Jan. 22 meeting, and will bring it forward for a vote again on Feb. 12.
Here's the proposed salaries of some of the city's top-paid employees, according to the Bulletin:
|Mayor Katherin Procop||$97,105|
|Police Chief Chris Noga||$92,865|
|Fire Chief Richard Racine||$92,079|