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City employee raise? Norfolk looking to increase minimum wage to $18 an hour

Deputy City Manager Catheryn Whitesell says Norfolk is down nearly 800 city workers. “Library associates, public safety telecommunicators, support technicians, auto support technicians,” she said. However, Whitesell said the majority of vacancies come from the police department. “Probably around 200 vacancies as of today,” Whitesell said.

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