The Armstrong County Board of Commissioners sets the salary of elected officials. It was incorrectly reported that it was the salary board that sets those salaries in an A1 story on Tuesday. The commissioners passed a resolution in 2010 tying elected officials' increases to the raises given the county's non-union employees and votes on the matter every four years.
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