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County plans to outsource job

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)-- Brown County plans to outsource the job of overseeing the county payroll.

County Clerk Melissa Gormley made the recommendation at Monday’s  County Commission Monday following the resignation of the county’s payroll clerk.

Instead of hiring another full-time payroll clerk, Gormley recommended the county outsource the job.

Gormley said the move would save the county about $16,000 a year.

She said she talked with Hiawatha CPA Jake Wisdom about providing the service.

The Commission approved having Gormley draw up a contract with Wisdom CPAs for approval at next week’s meeting.



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