BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Butte County Board of Supervisors will vote on a proposal to raise its salary on Tuesday.
If the proposal is passed, their salary will see a three percent increase from $59,000 to $61,000 per year.
The money for the proposed raise comes out of its general fund dollars and is tied to an increase in pay for county judges. A previously approved measure states that when judges get a raise, supervisors also get a raise.
The board will meet for the second and final time on Tuesday to vote on the proposal.
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