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Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, 5:21 p.m.
 

The Fayette County Salary Board on Wednesday reclassified a tax clerk's position to one with the added duties of overseeing grants.

Members Al Ambrosini, Sean Lally and Vince Zapotosky voted in favor of the move, which bumps the hourly rate of the position from $11.40 to $14.95. No other salary board members attended the meeting.

The tax clerk's position is vacant, Lally said. The board set no timetable on hiring anyone into the reclassified position.

Ambrosini said oversight of grants is needed to ensure funds are used appropriately and that reporting requirements are met.

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