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In the next fiscal year, the city of Charleston will take what officials say is the first step in increasing the salaries of all city workers to at least $15 per hour.

The city’s proposed $112 million fiscal year 2024 budget includes raises for workers making $11.56 an hour, the city’s lowest wage, finance director Andy Wood told the Finance Committee Monday evening.

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Lori Kersey covers the city and county. She can be reached at 304-348-1240 or Follow @LoriKerseyWV on Twitter.

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