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March 9, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
Ending several months of negotiations, the City Council approved a four-year contract with the city's police union this week. The council voted 4 to 1 to approve the contract, with Councilman Thomas Lorch voting against the pact. "We're very excited that we finally reached an agreement," said Councilwoman Holly Veale. "I'm glad to have it behind us." Contract talks between city and police negotiators had stalled several times before both sides returned to the bargaining table last month.
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March 6, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
The City Council has approved 3% cost-of-living raises for about 100 workers represented by the San Clemente City Employees' Assn. The workers include secretaries, planners and maintenance staff. The raises will go into effect July 1, according to Marsha Payne, an administrative analyst for the city. The last cost-of-living raise for the workers was in December, 1991, Payne said. The city has budgeted $200,000 for the pay increases.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
The City Council has approved 3% cost-of-living raises for about 100 workers represented by the San Clemente City Employees' Assn. The workers include secretaries, planners and maintenance staff. The raises will go into effect July 1, according to Marsha Payne, an administrative analyst for the city. The last cost-of-living raise for the workers was in December, 1991, Payne said. The city has budgeted $200,000 for the pay increases.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
Ending several months of negotiations, the City Council approved a four-year contract with the city's police union this week. The council voted 4 to 1 to approve the contract, with Councilman Thomas Lorch voting against the pact. "We're very excited that we finally reached an agreement," said Councilwoman Holly Veale. "I'm glad to have it behind us." Contract talks between city and police negotiators had stalled several times before both sides returned to the bargaining table last month.
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