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April 20, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
City employees who have not received a pay increase in at least two years are going to get raises in the new fiscal year that begins July 1. In a new, three-year contract, police officers will get a 5% pay raise the first year and a 3 1/2% hike the second year. There will be no pay adjustment the third year of the contract. Police clerical staff will get a 7% increase the first year and 3% the second year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
The city's budget for the fiscal year that begins Saturday calls for a 7% increase in general-fund spending and allows for pay hikes for police and other city employees. The budget, unanimously approved by the City Council, calls for a 1995-96 general fund of $5.4 million. That compares to $5.1 million for the fiscal year that ends June 30. It allows an average 5% pay raise for police and city employees.
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March 19, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
The City Council granted City Manager Pamela Gibson a 4% pay increase Tuesday, raising her yearly base salary to $69,690. The increase is retroactive to January. Although the raise was larger than the 2.5% awarded most employees, police sergeants received a 4.5% raise earlier this year. Under Gibson's 18-month employment contract, she will continue to receive the same benefits package given to senior managers, including a car, for which the city pays all expenses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
City employees who have not received a pay increase in at least two years are going to get raises in the new fiscal year that begins July 1. In a new, three-year contract, police officers will get a 5% pay raise the first year and a 3 1/2% hike the second year. There will be no pay adjustment the third year of the contract. Police clerical staff will get a 7% increase the first year and 3% the second year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
About half the city's non-management employees will receive a 3.5% pay raise under a contract approved by the City Council. The contract, approved Tuesday, gives the cost-of-living increase to 23 employees outside the Police Department, including secretaries, maintenance workers, recreation supervisors and clerks. The employment contract and pay raise are retroactive to July 1, when the workers' previous contract expired.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
The city's budget for the fiscal year that begins Saturday calls for a 7% increase in general-fund spending and allows for pay hikes for police and other city employees. The budget, unanimously approved by the City Council, calls for a 1995-96 general fund of $5.4 million. That compares to $5.1 million for the fiscal year that ends June 30. It allows an average 5% pay raise for police and city employees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
About half the city's non-management employees will receive a 3.5% pay raise under a contract approved by the City Council. The contract, approved Tuesday, gives the cost-of-living increase to 23 employees outside the Police Department, including secretaries, maintenance workers, recreation supervisors and clerks. The employment contract and pay raise are retroactive to July 1, when the workers' previous contract expired.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
The City Council granted City Manager Pamela Gibson a 4% pay increase Tuesday, raising her yearly base salary to $69,690. The increase is retroactive to January. Although the raise was larger than the 2.5% awarded most employees, police sergeants received a 4.5% raise earlier this year. Under Gibson's 18-month employment contract, she will continue to receive the same benefits package given to senior managers, including a car, for which the city pays all expenses.
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