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Cities continue struggle with public safety pension costs ARIZONA – Municipalities throughout the country have for a long time provided pensions to their public safety personnel.
Norwich, police union agree to three-year contract NORWICH, CT – The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a new contract with the 88-member police union that includes lump sum payments to officers and several give-backs expected to save the city significant money, Human Resources Director Brigid Marks said.
Hull retirement board loses appeal over police officers pension BOSTON, MA – The state supreme court on Tuesday upheld a decision by the state retirement board that will give a retired Hull police officer an additional 38 weeks of injury leave benefits totaling $44,424.
Kane borough faces shortfall for pension fund obligation KANE, PA – Kane borough will need to be creative in finding ways to pay for the minimum municipal obligation for both the borough police and employee pensions for the coming year.
New police contract for Upper Gwynedd officers could be approved next week UPPER GWYNEDD, PA – Officials are mum on the details for now, but a new contract between the Upper Gwynedd Police Department and the township is on the way.
Pension crisis spilling over into suburbs CHICAGO, IL – Unless you've been living in the Deep Tunnel, you've probably heard the State of Illinois is facing a daunting public employee pension crisis, and Chicago — mainly its schools and municipal government — is tiptoeing around similar fiscal land mines that could blow up in the faces of retirees and taxpayers.
L.A. police union president calls latest contract offer 'insulting' LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles police officers' union announced Friday it wants a third-party mediator to step into its salary talks with the city, describing the latest contract offer from Mayor Eric Garcetti and other elected officials as insulting.
Police, at wage-pact impasse, say 'time to ... protest' SPRINGFIELD, MO – Springfield police and the city haven't been able to agree on wages after 16 months of negotiations over what would be the first union contract for the police force.
City settles police contract, set to hire more officers MACOMB, MI – Following the approval of a collective bargaining agreement, Sterling Heights has begun to actively recruit applicants to fill vacant positions that will be created by the upcoming retirements of several longtime police officers.