Pay Raises Coming

2013 City Budget Includes Increases For Police, Firefighters

Posted: December 6, 2012 at 2:33 a.m.

More than 700 city employees will receive a pay raise next year.

By the Numbers

General Fund Budget

Fayetteville’s general fund is budgeted to provide the following amounts for departments and divisions.

-Police — $12.3 million

-Fire — $8.8 million

-Finance and Internal Services — $5 million

-Community Planning and Engineering — $3.7 million

-General Government — $3.3 million

-Parks and Recreation — $1.8 million

-Public Library — $1.7 million

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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