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Lyons City Employees Get Raise
Friday, 06 August 2010

August 6--  City employees in Lyons are getting a pay raise.  At its August meeting, the city council approved the recommendation of Mayor John Moore of a two percent pay increase for all city employees.

City manager Rick Hartley says the raise for the 42 employees will cost the city about $20,000.  He says the city's payroll amounts to $1 million a year.

The council also approved flood and sewer ordinances, and heard a report from the Toombs County Development Authority that a pet food processing company is interested in the vacant spec building in the U.S. One Industrial Park north of Lyons.

 
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