Contract will provide Glenn $85,000 annually next two years
By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 11:00 pm
TELL CITY – Perry County Council members approved at a regular meeting Dec. 11 a first-ever contract for the county sheriff that will eliminate revenues he receives from two sources but make up for it in a fixed salary.
"The state board of accounts said they wanted all elected officials to be paid on a salary basis," Sheriff Bob Glenn told the commissioners before they approved the change at their Dec. 1 meeting. "You could not use the meals to subsidize any profit for a sheriff's deputy or anybody."
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