Watertown, SD -- The Codington County Commissioners this week agreed to look into hiring a vendor to conduct an employee wage study. The discussion follows a similar wage study that was conducted recently by the city of Watertown. The commissioners want to determine if county employees are being adequately compensated for their work. To hear audio from that story with KXLG's David J. Law please click the story and the audio tab below.
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