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Marshall board approves police union contract MARSHALL, WI – The Marshall Village Board approved a three-year contract with the police union Jan. 13. The contract includes a 1 percent wage increase on July 1, a one-half percent wage increase on July 1, 2016 and a re-opener clause for wages for the third year of the contract.
Oceanside police pay set to increase OCEANSIDE, CA – Oceanside police officers could see a 4.5 percent bump in pay over the next two years under a proposed contract up for a vote by the City Council today.
Police union angry budget surplus won't go to wages SPRINGFIELD, MO – An ongoing negotiation between the Springfield police union and city officials about officer pay resurfaced this week with talk of a $4.6 million budget surplus.
Scranton revised police contract loaded with assumptions SCRANTON, PA – Scranton's debate over revising its police contract boils down to a recurring issue that has plagued the city for years: real money vs. maybe money.
Lancaster reaches agreement with FOP, AFSCME unions LANCASTER, OH – The city has reached an agreement with two of the four unions it is negotiating with this year.
New police contract restores health care for some retirees. SCRANTON, PA - Scranton police contract changes that restore retirees' health care coverage could be costly and obligate the city to provide the benefits to far more people than expected, several attorneys said.
Strong state pension investments deliver Sioux City savings SIOUX CITY, IA - Sioux City is projected to see major savings on its pension contributions for police and firefighters this year, due to strong returns on Iowa's investment into the statewide pension system.
Revised police, fire pension bill back at council JACKSONVILLE, FL - Jacksonville City Council president pulled bill from Monday's agenda