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Mayor Harris clarifies Payroll Tax Officer pay scale

Mayor Mark D. Harris called at 10:36amCT, today, Wednesday, December 24, 2014 to follow up on Marcia Grider's question with this statement:
"Our intention is to use someone on our current staff to handle the duties of the Payroll Tax Officer. But whether we hire someone or have a member of he current staff to do the job, we still have to have a job description and a pay scale for that job. "I personally don't see a need for a new hire. The next Mayor may suggest something different, but as a member of the incoming city council, I think the city will not need a new hire. "We will be taking up an amendment to the ordinance after the new year; my preference will be to bring it up at the first meeting of the New Year." - MARK D. HARRIS, Mayor, City of Columbia, KY.
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