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Councilman Says No to Pay Raise

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A local politician is saying no to a bigger salary.  This year's Fort Wayne budget called for a 2% pay raise for all city employees - including elected officials, but one councilman doesn't agree with the increase.

WFFT's Charlie De Mar has the story...

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