Raises for Top Liquor Brass a Slow Pour At Executive Council
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Top management of the New Hampshire Liquor Commission will forego proposed raises until the end of the year after the Executive Council failed to act on their requests Wednesday.
At the council’s meeting, councilors voted 3-2 to table four proposed raises for the top four Liquor Commission positions, including commissioner and deputy commissioner, until audited financials are available, likely not until December when the state’s finances are audited.
District 2 Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, D-Concord, questioned Liquor Commissioner Joseph Mollica and Christina M. Demers, Chief Financial Officer, about the agency’s operations, schedule for a new software deployment, a proposed mail order business and its profits.