Wages increase first time since 2011
By Tina Snell, Staff Writer
The Randall City Council adopted a revised salary/step program beginning Jan. 1, 2013, at its Wednesday meeting. The program has not had an update, nor had any raises been given since 2011. It will come into effect Jan. 1, 2013.
Cost of living allowances of 1.5 percent were given to each full-time employee and 1 percent given to each part-time employee in 2012.
Part-time bartenders will receive $10 per hour (a 10-cent increase) and full-time bartenders will be paid $11 per hour (a 30-cent increase).
The city’s administrative assistant will be paid $13.97 per hour, an increase of $1.87 from 2011, or 15.5 percent.
The city manager will receive an annual salary of $46,400, an increase from 2011 of $1,800, or 4 percent.
Part-time city maintenance personnel will be paid $8.50 per hour at all steps, a 25-cent increase, or 3 percent.
The utilities maintenance supervisor’s wages were increased from $18.30 to $19.29, an increase of 99 cents or 5.4 percent.
The wastewater treatment supervisor’s wages increased from $41,600 to $43,772 annually, an increase of $2,172 or 5.2 percent.
The part-time police chief’s wages are set at $21 per hour for 2013, based on 20 hours per week.
Full-time employees receive a medical allowance of $400 per month. The city manager receives a medical allowance of $500 per month and an auto allowance of $100 per month. The utility manager and water supervisor receive an auto allowance $250 per month and a phone allowance of $20 per month.