Contracts with Nashua police patrolmen, teachers under review
The Board of Aldermen will begin evaluating new contracts with two of the city's largest unions this month, representing more than 500 employees in the school district and the police department.
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#1 Aug 11, 2014
the tax payers who have to pay the high cost of union outrageous demands should be able to vote the terms of the contract up or down.
union demands have out stripped the private sector pay retirement plans and those contracts need to be scaled back.
pay increases should be held to the rate of inflation or what is the norm in the private sector.
Retirement plans should be brought in line with the private sector.
Police should not be allowed to rack up high numbers of over time on traffic details just sitting in car watching traffic go by to pad retirement pay.
#2 Aug 18, 2014
They don't call them the cult of Public Safety for nothing.
Their jobs aren't even in the top 10 most dangerous list of Most Dangerous Jobs according the the US DoL.
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