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May 26. 2013 3:37PM

Alderman complains some Nashua employees getting much larger pay increases compared with others

When looking over the last three fiscal years, Alderman-at-Large Jim Donchess says he’s seeing 9, 10 and 11 percent wage increases for certain individuals. “It’s that people in City Hall are getting raises far in excess of employees elsewhere in the city as I am reviewing the budget, and I’ve asked John Griffin, the CFO, for a complete report.”

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