Lee’s Summit hired a consultant who determined that public employee benefits in the city are generous, but wages lag behind. Now, the City Council must decide what to do with the results, which have been disputed by the Lee’s Summit Police Department union.
Lee’s Summit hired a consultant who determined that public employee benefits in the city are generous, but wages lag behind. Now, the City Council must decide what to do with the results, which have been disputed by the Lee’s Summit Police Department union. Russ Pulley File photo
Lee’s Summit hired a consultant who determined that public employee benefits in the city are generous, but wages lag behind. Now, the City Council must decide what to do with the results, which have been disputed by the Lee’s Summit Police Department union. Russ Pulley File photo

After $225,000 study, Lee’s Summit remains flummoxed about public-employee compensation

December 11, 2017 08:09 AM

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