|Rossford police get raise|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 26 February 2013 14:44|
ROSSFORD — City Council approved a new three-year contract with its police patrol officers and command officers Monday.
The new contract calls for the police to receive 3-percent raises in each year of the contract.
City Administrator Ed Ciecka said that the city has made some gains in the contract including additional leeway in hiring part-time officers and granting compensatory time that may cause overtime. The new contract also caps at $12,500 the amount of educational reimbursement a police officer may receive.
These ideas, Ciecka said, were recommended in a performance audit of the city conducted several years ago.
Union members will also join city officials on a committee to study health insurance coverage.
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