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Vice-Mayor Esther Melendez-Lopez, along with councilmen Joe Diaz, Octavio Gradillas, Jr., Saulo Bonilla and Hector Bojorquez listen during an Aug. 9 meeting.

For some City of Nogales employees, a pay raise could be on the horizon – depending on whether the council votes to increase the city’s minimum wage.

Currently, municipal workers earn a minimum of $13 an hour, according to City Manager Edward Dickie. That’s 20 cents higher than the state’s minimum hourly rate of $12.80.


Vice-Mayor Esther Melendez-Lopez and Councilman Jose “Joe” Diaz listen during an Aug. 9 meeting.

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