Spotsylvania (WFVA) -- Spotsylvania Supervisors are looking for ways to provide more money for schools and county employees. Supervisor Benny Pitts said he's concerned about what the budget doesn't do for county employees. "There's nothing in the budget for a COLA or merit. The retirement portion is going up, insurance rates are going up, gas and food are going up," he said. Pitts said in the past people went to work for local governments because of benefits and a retirement plan. "If you're telling me that if I continue to work in Spotsylvania my benefits are going to decrease, I don't know if I want to work for Spotsylvania County," Pitts said. The Board is scheduled to adopt a new budget next Tuesday. Supervisors Ross and McLaughlin were absent from last night's next to last budget work session.