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Oshkosh Common Council approves budget increase that covers employee raises

Adds $108,000 to cover employee raises

8:55 PM, Dec. 10, 2013
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The Oshkosh Common Council added another $108,000 to the city's 2014 budget when it increased a nonrepresented employee raise to 2 percent Tuesday night.

A majority of councilors offered apologies Tuesday, saying they misunderstood when Councilor Sean Fitzgerald proposed slashing a 2.5 percent raise down to 1 percent and supplementing it with merit-based bonuses during budget deliberations on Nov. 26. The amendment was approved unanimously and cut $150,000 from the city's total budget.

On Tuesday, Councilors Steve Herman, Deb Allison-Aasby, Kyle Clark, Steve Cummings and Tom Pech ...

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