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January 31, 1992 | SHANNON SANDS
The City Council approved new contracts for all city employees this week, giving most workers a 3% increase in wages and benefits that will take effect later this year. The previous contracts for all employees expired in July, 1991, but their bargaining units agreed to hold off on contract negotiations for six months. The last increase was in July, 1990, and salaries have remained frozen since then. "Other cities are freezing, rolling back and cutting salaries now," City Manager Jerry L.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1992 | SHANNON SANDS
The City Council approved new contracts for all city employees this week, giving most workers a 3% increase in wages and benefits that will take effect later this year. The previous contracts for all employees expired in July, 1991, but their bargaining units agreed to hold off on contract negotiations for six months. The last increase was in July, 1990, and salaries have remained frozen since then. "Other cities are freezing, rolling back and cutting salaries now," City Manager Jerry L.
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