The six non-union village employees will receive a 1 percent pay raise retroactive to Jan. 1 and a 2 percent raise effective July 1. The Village Board approved the raises last week.
Village Manager Tom Tollaksen said the village clerk will receive salary adjustments after her one-year review on Dec. 1.
Employees in the two unions, police and public works, received similar raises per their contracts for this year, he said.
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