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Posted: 9:35 p.m. Tuesday, July 3, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
Charlotte-Mecklenburg School employees will get a long-awaited pay raise that the district has been asking for. County commissioners approved $18 million in extra funding Tuesday night, money that is to be used specifically for those raises. All school district employees will receive a 3-percent raise. It's their first in four years. "It's not enough, the 3 percent is not enough," Superintendent Heath Morrison said. "But it is a start and hopefully as the economy continues to improve, we can improve on that number as well." The pay increases will begin next month.
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