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November 15, 1995 | SARAH KLEIN
Nearly all of Los Alamitos' union and non-union employees are getting pay raises. The City Council voted Monday to give its clerical and public service employees a 2% raise, retroactive to August. The city's police officers will receive a 2.5% pay increase effective this week under a 1994 agreement, and several members of the city's management will receive 3% to 4% raises, in most cases effective this week.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1995 | SARAH KLEIN
Nearly all of Los Alamitos' union and non-union employees are getting pay raises. The City Council voted Monday to give its clerical and public service employees a 2% raise, retroactive to August. The city's police officers will receive a 2.5% pay increase effective this week under a 1994 agreement, and several members of the city's management will receive 3% to 4% raises, in most cases effective this week.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
The City Council has approved a $394,500 cut in the 1992-93 budget and a 3% across-the-board pay hike for all city employees. The changes approved Monday leave the city with lower reserves, but City Manager Robert C. Dunek predicted that projected revenue would still outpace expenditures.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Clerical and maintenance employees received a modest increase under a one-year contract the City Council unanimously approved this week. The 1.2% increase is retroactive to Aug. 7 and will benefit eight clerical employees and 10 others who work in parks, street and building maintenance. But the contract, worked out after three months of negotiations, also provides for some reductions in employee benefits, including cutting in half the number of hours employees may be paid for jury duty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
To speed up the recruitment of a new public services director, the City Council has decided to raise the salary range for the position. By unanimous vote, the council this week approved a salary range of $5,075 to $6,500 a month for the public services director, who will take on the added function of city engineer. Jerry Andersen, the current public services director, is retiring in October.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
The City Council has approved a package of salary and benefit increases for employees that will add $37,900 to the fiscal 1993-94 budget. Management and public services employees received 2.5% annual pay raises. Clerical employees obtained a 2.4% yearly pay increase and a $10 monthly increase in the city's contribution to their health insurance coverage. The pay and benefit increases cover about 30 people, but do not include the Police Officers Assn., which is still negotiating with the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1989
The City Council unanimously approved pay raises of 6% to 8% for its Police Department, City Manager Michael A. Graziano said Tuesday. The council's 5-0 vote in closed session Monday ends about 4 months of negotiations between the city and the Los Alamitos Police Officers Assn. over what the base salary will be for the rank-and-file members of the Police Department. The issue had been left open for negotiation under a 2-year contract that expires this year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Clerical and maintenance employees received a modest increase under a one-year contract the City Council unanimously approved this week. The 1.2% increase is retroactive to Aug. 7 and will benefit eight clerical employees and 10 others who work in parks, street and building maintenance. But the contract, worked out after three months of negotiations, also provides for some reductions in employee benefits, including cutting in half the number of hours employees may be paid for jury duty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
The City Council has approved a package of salary and benefit increases for employees that will add $37,900 to the fiscal 1993-94 budget. Management and public services employees received 2.5% annual pay raises. Clerical employees obtained a 2.4% yearly pay increase and a $10 monthly increase in the city's contribution to their health insurance coverage. The pay and benefit increases cover about 30 people, but do not include the Police Officers Assn., which is still negotiating with the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
To speed up the recruitment of a new public services director, the City Council has decided to raise the salary range for the position. By unanimous vote, the council this week approved a salary range of $5,075 to $6,500 a month for the public services director, who will take on the added function of city engineer. Jerry Andersen, the current public services director, is retiring in October.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
The City Council has approved a $394,500 cut in the 1992-93 budget and a 3% across-the-board pay hike for all city employees. The changes approved Monday leave the city with lower reserves, but City Manager Robert C. Dunek predicted that projected revenue would still outpace expenditures.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1989
The City Council unanimously approved pay raises of 6% to 8% for its Police Department, City Manager Michael A. Graziano said Tuesday. The council's 5-0 vote in closed session Monday ends about 4 months of negotiations between the city and the Los Alamitos Police Officers Assn. over what the base salary will be for the rank-and-file members of the Police Department. The issue had been left open for negotiation under a 2-year contract that expires this year.
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