The 5 year collective bargaining agreement with HFD still not resolved

The one element of the city's more than $7 billion budget that remains on the table "unapproved" - a 5-year collective bargaining agreement for HFD’s rank-and-file. As proposed, the deal delivers between 24 - 30% structured pay hikes and additional benefits - aimed at making the department more competitive with peers across the state and nation. After two and half weeks of review city controller Chris Hollins has yet to "certify" the proposal.

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