The jobs, full and parttime, are the equivalent of 50.5 positions, or about 10 percent of an almost 500-person workforce.
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“Due to the financial uncertainty, including loss of sales tax revenues and reimbursements created by the response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the county must undertake cost-saving measures, one of which is to authorize a reduction of workforce,” the resolution reads.
The list included in the meeting’s agenda ranges across all departments, from a motor vehicle clerk to an auto mechanic to a paralegal. All the positions are filled; vacancies were handled at the May 6 board meeting.
The positions “will be abolished June 1, 2020, pursuant to the procedures of the Civil Service laws and any any applicable connective bargaining agreements,” the resolution states.