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WAGE STUDY BEING CONSIDERED BY CROSSVILLE CITY COUNCIL

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The City of Crossville could approve a wage study soon to see how they compare with other towns in the area. City Manager Greg Wood told the city council at a work session last night that they are having issues with employees, especially in the police department, leaving for better paying jobs close to Crossville. The study will take about six weeks to complete and will look at pay, benefits and job descriptions. If approved and when the study comes back, the city at that time could look at enhancing the pay to come close to, match or exceed other towns in the area. The city council will vote for the study at their regular meeting this Tuesday (October 9, 2018).

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