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By Mount Vernon News
January 29, 2013 9:09 am EST

 

MOUNT VERNON — A city employee made a pitch to Mount Vernon City Council on Monday night for a pay raise much higher than the 23-cent-an-hour raise proposed in legislation.

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Larry Fogle addressed council and said he made a request to city administration in November to “correct a long-standing inequity. ... You may see it as part-time, but I am here eight hours a day whenever City Hall is open and operating.”

Fogle serves the city as code enforcement officer and as parking enforcement officer, both in a part-time capacity.

“I see myself as a full-time employee but not seeking benefits,” Fogle said.

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