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Pleasanton Weekly

News - May 24, 2013

City employees agree to higher pension contributions, but gain first wage increase in 3 years

3-year contract cuts city's costs by $1.15 million

by Jeb Bing

The Pleasanton City Council approved a three-year agreement Tuesday night with the union representing 220 regular city employees that will raise individual pension contributions to 8% by the end of the year and reduce floating holiday hours while also granting a 7% wage increase over the life of the new contract, the first pay increase in several years.

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