Cache County likely to keep 4-day schedule

Cache County likely to keep 4-day schedule

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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Cache County's executive says most county offices will likely stay on a four-day workweek through 2010.

Lynn Lemon says those county offices on a Monday-through-Thursday schedule will likely stay that way. He expects the Cache County Council to take up the issue next month.

The county switched to a four-day workweek in August 2008, the same month that most state offices in Utah made the same move as a way to save money and energy.

Councilman Gordon Zilles says he's heard mixed reviews -- both from the public and from county employees -- on the county's four-day workweek.


Information from: The Herald Journal

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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