Belleville pay raises

Instead of replacing the Belleville housing department director who resigned after a short stay in office, the city will give $5,000 to $10,000 raises to four current employees and give them more responsibilities in a newly created department.
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Instead of replacing the Belleville housing department director who resigned after a short stay in office, the city will give $5,000 to $10,000 raises to four current employees and give them more responsibilities in a newly created department.

Mike Koziatek joined the Belleville News-Democrat in 1998 as an assistant editor and is now a reporter covering the Belleville area. He graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee and grew up in St. Louis.