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Grady Co. employees may not get Christmas bonuses

Grady County employees are waiting to hear if they'll receive annual Christmas bonuses Grady County employees are waiting to hear if they'll receive annual Christmas bonuses
Grady County Courthouse Grady County Courthouse
Grady County Administrator Carlos Tobar Grady County Administrator Carlos Tobar
GRADY COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Grady County employees are waiting to hear if they'll receive their annual Christmas bonuses this year. 

County Administrator Carlos Tobar said they usually have revenue and budget totals by this time of the year, but they're running behind schedule. 

He said new accounting staff members along with a malfunction with the county's server contributed to the delay. 

He worries they may have gone over-budget paying for county employees' health insurance. 

Tobar said, “I just ask the county employees to bear with us as we try to get this information so that the board can make an informed decision.”

Tobar said he hopes to have the final numbers in before Christmas. 

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