PORTAGE | The City Council this week approved the 2014 budget, but not without cutting the budget line for the city's human resources consultant and slashing funding for the city's information technology department.
PORTAGE | Democrat members of the Portage City Council and Mayor James Snyder tussled Tuesday night over the city's budgeting process and an ongoing investigation involving street department personnel.
PORTAGE | Five Portage street department employees were suspended with pay Thursday pending a police investigation.
PORTAGE | The City Council delayed changing salaries for two park department employees Tuesday.
PORTAGE | The buyouts of seven city employees last year has netted the city savings.
PORTAGE | Seven city employees have agreed to take the city's early retirement buyout offer.
PORTAGE | The 10 city employees eligible to take the city's early retirement offer have until the end of the week to make the decision.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission this week approved an expenditure of up to $881,385 to fund employee buyout packages.
PORTAGE | The city has begun offering some employees a chance to retire early.
PORTAGE | The city's cost of health insurance will increase dramatically next year.
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