Mayor, aldermen at odds over how to rehire city workers
Dec 29, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
WAYNESBORO, Miss. (AP) — The job status of more than 50 city workers in Mississippi remains up in the air as the mayor and aldermen clash over rehiring.

WDAM-TV reports that Waynesboro Mayor Richard Johnson and the Board of Aldermen are scheduled to meet on the topic Friday afternoon at a special meeting. A majority of the board wants all of the around 60 employees rehired with a single vote, whereas Johnson wants each employee to be individually considered.

If the two parties cannot reach an agreement by midnight on Dec. 31, the employees could be out of a job.

The board had voted to rehire all employees earlier this month, but Johnson vetoed the decision. The board failed to override.
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