The South Delta Regional Housing Authority is considering shifting employees to a four-day workweek

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Executive Director Patricia Logan has advised the South Delta Regional Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners that the agency can save money by switching its 30 employees to a four-day workweek consisting of 10 hours per day instead of the current five eight-hour days. She said the agency previously worked on the four-day schedule for 25 years without any problems until a switch in 2006. Board members are still considering the proposal.

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