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Amid Budget Shortfall, County Considers Raises

THE STATE | IN BRIEF / SACRAMENTO

March 03, 2004|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Sacramento County supervisors next week will consider giving raises of up to nearly 20% to top managers and other nonunion employees over the next two years.

The proposal comes three months after supervisors voted against increasing retirement contributions for sheriff's deputies, and during the county's third straight year of major budget cuts.

County staff have recommended that the $4 million in pay hikes be delayed one year because of the county's $45-million general fund shortfall.

The raises would be spread over two years starting July 1, 2005.

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