Council puts brake on librarian's pay

The Waterbury Republican American - Waterbury,CT - has an Interesting Report on what The Town Council is thinking about librarian pay. They voted Monday against increasing the pay of the new Prospect librarian to $49,008 a year. The previous librarian had 15 years' experience with the town library and left at a salary of $47,123.

"Why would we give someone new to the town more money?" asked council member Patricia S. Geary. "I see it as an act of disrespect to our former librarian."

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Shorter Waterbury Town Council:No, I don't understand how inflation and the cost of living work. Ooooh! Something shiny!

Little Connecticut has 169 towns. The concept of a regional authority that has clout in management of groups of these libraries would destroy local control and cannot be tolerated. Thus a town as small as Prospect Connecticut can only expect to attract a library head who is a jack of all modern library trades but a master of none.

Um, like to attract new people??!!! Or do you just want the same old same old?

you should have paid the last librarian more.

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