The town and the union repenting the Department of Public Works supervisors have agreed to a new three-year collective bargaining agreement.
The union consists of five DPW supervisors.
The new contract was approved by the Town Council on Tuesday after a short executive session.
Year 1 calls for a general wage increase of 1.25 percent, Mayor George Apel said. Union members will pay 4 percent of the premiums on the health-savings account-based health plan and the town will pay 70 percent of the deductible, Apel said.
The second year includes a 1.5 percent raise and a 60-40 deductible breakdown. Union members will pay 7 percent t of the premium, Apel said.
The final yeast calls for a wage increase of 2 percent. There is a 50-50 deductible split that year and a 10 percent employee premium contribution, Apel said.
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