Proposal to end automatic raises for Suffolk officials fails
11 monthes ago - By News 12
A Suffolk legislator's proposal to end automatic annual raises for elected officials in the county was struck down in committee Wednesday. Legislator William Lindsay proposed a five-year freeze on the automatic cost of living pay increases. He says it would have saved the county about $100,000 a year. When it came up for a vote, none of the other four legislators on the Government Operations, Personnel, Information Technology and Housing Committee would second the proposal.
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