Tuesday, April 1, 2003

Lebanon makes up reservist pay



LEBANON - City Council has voted to follow the trend of nearby communities by amending an ordinance that will now grant full differential pay to city employees who are military reservists called into active duty.

It had paid $500 a month in provisional pay or the difference between military salary and city salary, whichever was less. Under the changes, there will be no minimums.

Lebanon's director of electric services, Shawn Coffey, is the only city employee called up. He is in the Navy.

- Jill Hanning




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