ANGLETON — After two Brazoria County road and bridge employees received salary increases outside the normal policy earlier this month — a decision that divided commissioners — 300th District Judge Randall Hufstetler voiced his disappointment at the “injustice” of the move.

“It’s not my intent to scold, though it may feel like that when I’m done,” Hufstetler told Brazoria County commissioners during their meeting Tuesday. “The one thing I’ve been fighting for for the last four years or so is the part that’s unjust.

Courtney Blackann is a reporter for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0152.

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I believe to resolve to problem created by the commissioners violating the pay scale that's in place, that they, the commissioners, could give up a portion of their own pay to compensate these employees that they seem to favor. They would then understand the need for a set pay scale and schedule.

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Merit raises are actually the proper way, but we all know that 99.9% of Politicians would abuse it. Kind of like tenure in Public Education.

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