Meeker Co. begins offering voluntary leave without pay to its employees
LITCHFIELD -- Meeker County is offering a voluntary leave-without-pay program to county employees in hopes of saving some money in the county budget.
County Administrator Paul Virnig said Wednesday that the Meeker County Board of Commissioners approved a program that allows county employees to minimize their work week by 12 hours and still retain their health insurance benefits.
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