Panel Rejects County Judge Raise

Posted: February 1, 2013 at 4:44 a.m.

Benton County’s Personnel Committee on Thursday rebuffed a request for a raise from County Judge Bob Clinard.

At A Glance

Staff Reorganization

The Benton County’s Personnel Committee voted to send staff reorganization requests to the Finance Committee.

• Sheriff Kelley Cradduck’s proposed reorganization of the Benton County Sheriff’s Office and jail staff.

• Shifting John Sudduth to general services administrator, increasing his salary and the salary of Scott Stober, public services administrator, to $63,500 per year and creating a staff assistant position for general services administrator.

• Deleting the properties coordinator position and transferring duties to the grants administrator and accounting manager, with a pay increase for the grants administrator from $43,568 to $50,000 and an increase for the accounting manager from $55,734 to $60,000.

• Changing a bridge crew foreman position in the Road Department to an assistant superintendent position with a $5,886 salary increase.

Source: Staff Report

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