New board approves mileage bump
Reimbursement rate now slightly less than 2008 level
OREGON – The newly seated Ogle County Board reversed a 3-year-old budget cut when it voted itself a 54.5-cent increase for mileage reimbursement.
With just a handful of dissenting voices, the board, which was seated Dec. 3, approved an increase from 1 cent per mile to the 55.5 cents the Internal Revenue Service allows for tax deduction purposes.
Pat Saunders of Polo was one of the disapproving board members.
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