Thursday, September 05, 2013

Sullivan Commission Gives Raise
Some folks in Sullivan County will be seeing more money, the commissioners and board of education members. The Commission voted to increase pay by 4.6 percent for the 31 member that make up both boards. This raise makes them one of the highest paid commissions in the state. Sullivan County officials say while it may look like the pay is elevated they donít give the commission and board members insurance benefits that some counties in Tennessee provide and means saving money in the long run. The pay raise comes as most counties are trying to tighten the fiscal belt with budget cuts and hiring freezes. (CC)

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