Council confronts the costs of growing city staff

The Keizer City Council got a somewhat bleak accounting of where the city stands on staffing needs and its inability to fund them at a work session Monday, Jan. 13. 

In total, department heads presented their cases for roughly six additional employees throughout City Hall, but it took City Manager Chris Eppley about an hour to dump a bucket of cold reality on all . . .

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