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North Salem OKs Day Camp Fees Hike

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Campers practice their archery skills. Credits: Lauren Rosasco
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Town Board last week agreed to increase the fees to attend day camp to cover additional bus transportation costs as well as more competitive wages for its employees.

Leadership at North Salem Day Camp say the camp is being pressured to pay its employees closer to $15 an hour because of the increase in the minimum wage around the state. While the day camp is not required to pay $15 an hour, assistant director Lauren Rosasco said it risks losing good employees to surrounding businesses if it doesn’t offer more money. 

Fees to attend the five-day camp this year will increase from $690 to $710 for North Salem residents, $775 to $795 for those enrolled in the North Salem School District and $960 to $980 for non-residents.

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