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Lucas Co. Sheriff pays $450,000 in delayed comp time

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Around $450,000 was paid out to 90 employees of the Lucas County Sheriff's Office. Those workers got their payments on Friday. The money was for accrued comp time earned during the past few years.

The eligible workers include deputy sheriffs, corrections officers, dispatchers and clerks represented in the Non-Command Bargaining Unit. Their union president said the average payout was about $5,000. The comp time ranged from 240 hours to as much as 1500 hours, depending on the employee.

The workers agreed back in 2010 and 2011 to wait on payments.

Patrick Mangold, President of UAW Local 3056 said, "We've been in negotiations for the last two years to have it paid out. So, it is something out of the ordinary, but we finally got it resolved and just in time for the employees' Christmas. So, it worked out for everyone."

 

 

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