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July 2, 2014

Revised city employee grade, classification system passes 4-1

RICHMOND — Second reading of an ordinance creating an employee pay-grade and classification system passed 4-1 in a special called Richmond City Commission meeting Monday morning.

The ordinance makes clear for both management and employees the classification of all city jobs, City Manager Jimmy Howard. It also spells out minimum and maximum pay for each classification, he said.

Commissioner Jim Newby was the lone dissenter.

When first reading of the ordinance was heard June 24, Commissioner Laura King joined Newby in opposing the measure.

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