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Friday, July 11, 2008

Potter Commissioners Consider 4 Day Week

WFRM
With the high gas prices, the four day work week is gaining momentum and the Potter County Commissioners acknowledged they have begun to study the possibility for county employees but cautioned it’s only a preliminary look.

Commissioner Paul Heimel stressed if the county did institute a shorter work week, services would not be curtailed but might in fact be improved.

Commissioner Kefover who came up with the idea, told WFRM this afternoon that the idea is very popular with the employees and her committee is exploring utility savings for the county and gasoline savings for employees.

She said she hopes to be able to present a plan to the other two commissioners at the end of this month.

Anonymous said...

Can we make it a 2 day week and save even more money?

I'm all for it, but I don't want to lose our status as the divorce capital of PA and all of the revenue, the hundreds of divorce filings create in our county.

The less time goverment spends in session and on the job, the less regulation there is in the free market.

Keep up the good work guys.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can we make it a 2 day week and save even more money?

I'm all for it, but I don't want to lose our status as the divorce capital of PA and all of the revenue, the hundreds of divorce filings create in our county.

The less time goverment spends in session and on the job, the less regulation there is in the free market.

Keep up the good work guys.