Council hoping for better flow between administration and employees
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By BETH ZUMWALT
In an effort to respond to issues regarding employer/employees of the city, the Pittsfield City Council has formed a personnel committee.
The committee will be chaired by Chris Little, alderman Ward 2. Other serving are Kevin Wombles and Paul Lennon.
“They will look over the employee handbook, address employee evaluations and take a hard look salary ranges,” Gary Mendenhall, mayor,said “We hope to establish a part for current employees to promote.”
The council also head a report from the ordinance committee.
Robert Richard, who chairs the committee, told the council, the food truck ordinance has been tabled for further evaluation and the propane tank ordinance will have some adjustments before coming before the full council and then being sent to the attorney for official drafting.
Beth White, alderman Ward 2, reminded the council, if they are going to address the projects on the city’s five year plan, they should appropriate some money for those projects soon,in order to get started.
The council went into a closed session to address the sale of real estate, but,took no action after coming out of closed session.