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City Manager to brief commissioners on bonus issue

March 29, 2006

Albany-- As many Albany city workers ask for answers about the city bonus policy, city commissioners aren't talking about the issue just yet.

We tried to reach every commissioner to ask questions. Only Commissioners Bob Langstaff and Morris Gurr talked to us at all Wednesday and neither of them will comment about the issue until they get more information from the city manager.

At Tuesday night's city commission meeting, Commissioner Bo Dorough asked city manager Alfred Lott to brief the board on the city bonuses. Lott says he'll present a report on April 18th.

Some city employees say the whole bonus process was unfair. Assistant City Manager Kevin Hogencamp resigned because he says some employees weren't treated fairly and the city manager refused to listen to their concerns without filing a grievance.

Lott's report will be given during a regular work session.

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