By Jeff Jenkins in News
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is proposing pay for state workers in a tight budget year. The governor unveiled the plan during his State of the State Address Wednesday night.
Tomblin wants to increase teacher and school service personnel pay by 2 percent and give all other state workers a $504 increase. It will be the first pay raise for the workers in two years.
While encouraged a proposed raise made it into what’s expected to be a...