Police supervisor union contract approved in Nashua
The bargaining agreement, which will run from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2015, was approved without any discussion by the board. It will offer a combined 6.7 percent wage increase for sergeants and a combined 7.7 percent pay hike for lieutenants over the four-year period.
Lozeau said Wednesday that she is pleased the new contract met her requests concerning health care concessions.
“That was a big priority for me, and I think that was important to keep the concessions consistent among city unions,” said the mayor.
“It has been a long time coming. I haven’t had time to focus on this, so that is my next step,” said Lozeau.
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