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Vote split on Pawnee City employee pay increases
06/14/2019

Pawnee City City Hall

(KLZA)-- Pawnee City Mayor Deb Klein was forced to break a tie vote on the employee salary ordinance proposal during Monday nights City Council meeting. 

The proposal for a dollar an hour increase for all Pawnee City employees was approved on a 3-2 vote on second reading and will come before the Council one more time for final approval. 

Council members Ric Helms and John Dahlgren cast nay votes.  Council members Charlie Hatfiled and Sandi Corbitt-Sears voted yes leaving the Mayor to break the tie.  

Also during the meeting John Deacy with Carlson West Povonda Architects reviewed progress on the Cornerstone Community Building. No action was taken. The next step is to  move the project forward to the design development stage.  

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