LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Paychecks are getting bigger for some workers in the Village of Lordstown.
Tuesday night, the village council upped the hourly wage for government workers by 51 cents for about 35 full-and part-time employees.
The raises are retroactive to January first.
Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill told WYTV’s print partner the Tribune Chronicle that the increase is for the third year of the three-year contract agreements.
It affects police, fire, parks and recreation staff, income tax staff and village office and clerk’s staff.