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Scranton, Pa. City Employees Go To Minimum Wage!
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[quote:Chrit:MV8xOTIzMjI0XzM1NTQ1ODY4XzlCRUMwNDJD] [i]It never even happened, media picked it up and the mayor retracted the idea before the next pay day.[/i] [i]Snip:[/i] SCRANTON — Scranton’s mayor announced Wednesday that all city workers will receive full pay when they get their paychecks on Friday. In a move that received national attention, the mayor cut employees’ pay back to minimum wage for fear there wasn’t enough money to pay them. Scranton’s business administrator said the city has just enough in its bank account to pay employees this week, and the little bit left over will go towards some of the city’s outstanding bills, but this week’s paychecks won’t include back pay owed to city employees, and city leaders said there’s no guarantee they won’t have to slash pay again. http://wnep.com/2012/07/18/full-paychecks-for-scranton-city-employees/ [/quote]
link to www.phillynews...
] All city employees forced to take a drastic wage cut to minimum wage. Now at poverty level, firefighters, cops, ect. now qualify for food stamps. Also, 2 more cities in Ca. are also broke.
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