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Commissioners approve contract for city manager

Hiring set pending background check; Lewis to make $125,000 to start

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Posted: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 6:00 am

ST. JOSEPH - The St. Joseph City Commission on Monday approved a tentative contract for Richard Lewis, the next city manager, that will pay him $125,000 a year.

That's more than the $115,000 Lewis listed as his desired salary on his resume. Commissioner Mike Garey, chairman of the search committee, said Lewis gave up some benefits that were in the previous St. Joseph city manager's contract, allowing for a higher salary figure.

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