Increases could total three percent second, third year
By William Kincaid
CELINA - City union employees will not receive a raise the first year of a new three-year contract if approved by city council.
The contract would give a 1 percent salary increase the second year and a 2 percent increase the third year.
Council members unanimously approved first reading of four ordinances that would provide new contracts for the unions representing the firefighters, municipal employees, police and city dispatchers. [More]