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Reduce public employees’ pay To the Sun: Phil Moffett’s gubernatorial campaign manager, David Adams, was on TV a couple of days ago defending the taxpayers of Kentucky against some rallying public union supporters organized by out-of-...
Tags: Kentucky, Career and Workplace, Employees, Unions, Government
email@example.comDanville City Commission approved the guidelines Wednesday for the hearing requested by suspended city manager Paul Stansbury, but arguments over the validity of that framework are only beginning. The City Commission, which included only a three-...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville's proposed 2012 budget makes it clear the city will have some extra costs related to the firing of the city manager and the hiring of a new one. How much will depend on who the city hires, how soon the move is made and the outcome of potential...
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The Winchester SunThe Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Board filled two important vacancies during its monthly meeting Monday night at College Park Gym. The board hired Michelle Franzetti as interim aquatics director. Franzetti, an instructor with the...
email@example.comDanville City Commission didn't directly address the elephant in a packed room Tuesday and stucká to discussion of how the city water plant project will affect rates and the upcoming budget. An executive session scheduled to discuss personnel appointment...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAttorney's representing suspended Danville City Manager Paul Stansbury have followed through on a promise to call for a public hearing on the preliminary resolution that began the termination process earlier this month. Stansbury’s attorney Ephraim...
Palmer Engineering has been tapped by Winchester Municipal Utilities officials to begin studying the Lower Howards Creek Watershed to determine what projects might be feasible to complete in the area in the future. The WMU Board of Commissioners...
email@example.comDanville City Commission touched on hiring an interim city manager again Monday but came out of another executive session without taking any action. Mayor Bernie Hunstad said commissioners discussed three or four candidates in closed session. Most of...
In a decision that drew both groans and applause, Danville City Commission voted to hire longtime mayor John W.D. Bowling as interim city manager Thursday night. It was another 3-2 vote, with Mayor Bernie Hunstad and commissioners Gail Louis and Ryan...
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Change of SubjectFor Wednesday's print column, in advance of the special legislative session in Springfield on Wednesday to take another stab at pension reform, I initiated an email dialogue with Anders Lindall, spokesman for the local chapter of the American Federation...
Raychel@herald-mail.comHagerstown officials confirmed this week that the city’s existing contract with hundreds of city workers has been extended for six months. The current labor contract had been set to expire June 30, which could have left city workers in four...
SAN FRANCISCO — Officials who oversee the healthcare plans of San Francisco public employees and their families excoriated Kaiser executives Thursday for failing to adequately explain a proposed rate increase, but ultimately voted to back it as...
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