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Salaried housing inspection employee made $25K in overtime

By Josh Sweigart - Staff Writer



An increased emphasis on code enforcement and demolition of blighted properties has led to a six-fold increase in overtime pay in the city of Dayton’s housing inspection office, from $44,924 in 2009 to $295,789 last year, a Dayton Daily News investigation found.

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