CORINTH, Miss. (AP) -- City employees would get a pay raise under a budget proposal discussed this past week by the Corinth Board of Aldermen.
The Daily Corinthian reports the board also plans street improvements in the 2014 budget.
The aldermen may adopt the budget after further discussion at a meeting this coming week.
The budget envisions a pay raise of 3 percent or 30 cents an hour, whichever is greater for Corinth employees. City employees got a raise last year in the amount of 5 percent or 50 cents an hour.
The proposed millage rate, including the school tax, is unchanged at 95 in the current budget proposal.