The Gloucester Board of Supervisors voted 6-0 last Wednesday night to approve a 2 percent bonus for all employees in the county’s pay plan.
The bonus, which will be paid this month, does not affect County Administrator Brent Fedors, County Attorney Ted Wilmot, the constitutional officers and seasonal help, such as some Parks and Rec instructors, Fedors said. In all, he said about 350 employees are on the county’s pay plan, both supervisory and non-supervisory workers.
Fedors said the Gloucester County Public Schools are not affected by the action taken last week by the board, which met on a Wednesday night in the colonial courthouse because its regular first Tuesday meeting date was Election Day.
Most of the bonus is covered by $243,692 in the county administrator’s contingency at the end of the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, he said.
Fedors said that Gloucester is in competition for workers for its county government with localities across the York River, which ...
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