Lexington sanitation workers say starting employees are making more than employees who have been there for decades. They want the city to implement a “step” program that guarantees pay raises over time to get rid of the inequalities in pay.
Lexington sanitation workers say starting employees are making more than employees who have been there for decades. They want the city to implement a “step” program that guarantees pay raises over time to get rid of the inequalities in pay. Staff File Photo
Lexington sanitation workers say starting employees are making more than employees who have been there for decades. They want the city to implement a “step” program that guarantees pay raises over time to get rid of the inequalities in pay. Staff File Photo

Beth Musgrave has covered government and politics for the Herald-Leader for more than a decade. A graduate of Northwestern University, she has worked as a reporter in Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, Illinois and Washington D.C.