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July 2, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council met with the heads of the seven city employee unions this week, not to negotiate, but simply to informally discuss positions and concerns. They said they hoped the face-to-face talks would defuse some of the antagonism that has arisen during contract negotiations by their intermediaries.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council met with the heads of the seven city employee unions this week, not to negotiate, but simply to informally discuss positions and concerns. They said they hoped the face-to-face talks would defuse some of the antagonism that has arisen during contract negotiations by their intermediaries.
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March 30, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The city's police officers, who have been working without a contract since last October, will vote next week on a new proposal calling for a moderate pay raise, their union president said Friday. Officials have offered a one-year package that would give officers a 6% salary increase retroactive to Oct. 1 and an additional 2% beginning Monday. The 222 members of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Assn. are scheduled to meet Wednesday to consider the proposal.
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March 30, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The city's police officers, who have been working without a contract since last October, will vote next week on a new proposal calling for a moderate pay raise, their union president said Friday. Officials have offered a one-year package that would give officers a 6% salary increase retroactive to Oct. 1 and an additional 2% beginning Monday. The 222 members of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Assn. are scheduled to meet Wednesday to consider the proposal.
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