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May 1, 1999 | From Associated Press
City employees and people who work for contractors doing business with the city would be paid at least $11 an hour under a plan by the head of the Board of Supervisors. Board President Tom Ammiano said he plans to introduce the legislation Monday. At $11 an hour for employees who get benefits, the level proposed by Ammiano would be the highest among the 28 localities in the nation that have living-wage laws. It also would be nearly double the $5.75-an-hour state minimum wage.
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May 1, 1999 | From Associated Press
City employees and people who work for contractors doing business with the city would be paid at least $11 an hour under a plan by the head of the Board of Supervisors. Board President Tom Ammiano said he plans to introduce the legislation Monday. At $11 an hour for employees who get benefits, the level proposed by Ammiano would be the highest among the 28 localities in the nation that have living-wage laws. It also would be nearly double the $5.75-an-hour state minimum wage.
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July 25, 1988
Striking workers at 10 San Francisco Bay Area cemeteries will end their seven-week walkout by returning to work today. A proposed three-year contract with cemetery owners was approved by a 2-1 margin by members of the Cemetery Workers and Greens' Attendants Local 265. Among other things, it restricts a practice of subcontracting; provides a 30-cent-an-hour raise for each of the next three years, and grants a raise of pension benefits.
NEWS
July 25, 1988
Striking workers at 10 San Francisco Bay Area cemeteries will end their seven-week walkout by returning to work today. A proposed three-year contract with cemetery owners was approved by a 2-1 margin by members of the Cemetery Workers and Greens' Attendants Local 265. Among other things, it restricts a practice of subcontracting; provides a 30-cent-an-hour raise for each of the next three years, and grants a raise of pension benefits.
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