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Why were some CFPUA employees given raises?

Kevin Maurer

Employees of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority have not been given market or merit increases since it was formed in July 2008, according to Tom Morgan, the authority’s human resources director.

“Employees that have received job promotions or employees that occupy positions in which the pay grade has been reclassified due to increased responsibilities or functions have received pay adjustments in accordance with the authority’s pay plan,” Morgan said in a statement.

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One Response to “ Why were some CFPUA employees given raises?”

  1. On June 17, 2011 at 5:52 pm JoAnn wrote:

    The employees of CFPUA could each get a giant raise just by giving them free water!

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