Long Beach pension proposal details released

Aug 21, 2012 Read more: Press-Telegram

City officials said Tuesday that a pension reform proposal rejected by Long Beach's largest union would have given workers a raise to pay their full cost share and bumped up the retirement age for new employees while lowering their benefits.

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Long Beach, CA

#1 Aug 21, 2012
In my view it's like haggling over who gets what cabin on the big ship. Hope springs etern!
Unions Rock


#2 Aug 21, 2012
The lowenthals et al promise the unions they will pay them in sea gull eggs and pelican poop after they have bankrupted the city and squeezed every single dime out of the pitiful citizens of long beach.

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