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Tentative deal reached by city, police on contract

January 18, 2013

A meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall so Common Council members in Dunkirk can vote on a new contract between the city and the union representing police officers....

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Jan-18-13 6:31 PM

This is ridiculous...of course per their new contract their salaries are going to go up...I'm sick of the mayor and council saying the city is broke the city is broke to justify raising taxes and fees and then they give the people of police squad a raise...I will also guarantee that no one from the Observer will dare voice opposition to the new contract or hold anyone accountable on the council that supports the new contract...I gurantee the Union made no concessions and the tax payers get screwed.

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Jan-18-13 5:22 PM

DKexpat, You know they went up..

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Jan-18-13 4:59 PM

This article is a good topic for an "Observer Poll:

"Do you think, given the city's dire economic straits and job losses, that wages went up x% fo 'n' years or were frozen?"

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