Kim Furino, a kennel attendant at the Wake County Animal Center, loves on one of the shelter’s pit bulls. Furino is one of about 75 county employees who will benefit from the Wake County commissioners’ decision on Monday to raise the county’s base pay to $13.50 an hour from $11.08 an hour.
Kim Furino, a kennel attendant at the Wake County Animal Center, loves on one of the shelter’s pit bulls. Furino is one of about 75 county employees who will benefit from the Wake County commissioners’ decision on Monday to raise the county’s base pay to $13.50 an hour from $11.08 an hour. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com
Kim Furino, a kennel attendant at the Wake County Animal Center, loves on one of the shelter’s pit bulls. Furino is one of about 75 county employees who will benefit from the Wake County commissioners’ decision on Monday to raise the county’s base pay to $13.50 an hour from $11.08 an hour. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com

Wake raises minimum pay for county employees

November 16, 2015 06:23 PM

UPDATED November 17, 2015 12:20 PM

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