City Of Georgetown To Give Back Pay To Firefighters

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Updated: 8/25/2012 12:02 am
Scott Circuit Court has approved a negotiated settlement between the City of Georgetown and firefighters over a pay dispute, according to Mayor Everette Varney.

In a news release, the Mayor said the City would promptly issue all checks for back wages in accordance with the agreement.

The City will give back pay to 59 current and former city firefighters in the settlement of a lawsuit that the firefighters first brought in 2009.
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SS Cmmdr Raus - 8/25/2012 7:03 AM
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Well I hope the checks come faster than the Dead Raccoon that had been rotting on the sidewalk was picked up.I seen/saw it for 3 weeks.Dropped in Mayors office,morning meeting going on.Told by a Woman (worker,visitor,someone getting coffee) they would take care of it.I picked it up the next day myself.Hope the whatever at the Catholic Church and school near gave the Poor fellow it's last rites.Mistake here, varmits have no souls.Do I beleive that? No! School was out at the time.
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