The Pinelands Commission has called a special meeting for Friday to discuss a review of the salary structure of its workers, Executive Director Nancy Wittenberg said Thursday.

“It’s a simple change in the salary range of employees,” she said. No one’s job will change, and it will not affect how the commission does business, she added.

The meeting will be 9 a.m. at the commission’s Pemberton Township headquarters, according to a posting on its website.

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The commission will open the meeting, then immediately retire into closed session for the discussion, the posting said. It called the topic of discussion an “organizational restructuring.”

After the closed session, the commission will return to open session and may take action on a resolution to implement the restructuring, the notice said.

Because the meeting is limited to personnel matters, public comment will not be taken, the notice said.

The meeting is at the Richard J. Sullivan Center for Environmental Policy and Education, 15C Springfield Road, New Lisbon in Pemberton Township, Burlington County.

The commission’s next regularly scheduled meeting is 9:30 a.m. Dec. 8.

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