During the 2016-17 school year, classified employees will have no furlough days and they will get a 2 percent cost-of-living increase
, plus a step increase.
The town coordinator, the police chief and the fire chief receive a 4 percent cost-of-living increase
annually, according to Mr.
There's an annual cost-of-living increase
built in to help you keep up with inflation - except for 1995.
Lincoln is committed to pay $30,000 in advance royalties to Nevada North for the first two years followed by $40,000 in year three and escalating to $80,000 per year plus a cost-of-living increase
by year 10.
5 percent raises to county government's approximately 200 nonunion employees - the first across-the-board cost-of-living increase
for those workers, most of them managers and supervisors, since 2008.
Additionally, a cost-of-living increase
has been negotiated for each of the three contract years: a 2 percent pay increase in the first year of the contract, and a 3 percent pay increase in the second and third years of the contract.
The concept of acquiring open space in 2005 seemed to have public buy-in, but there were concerns about provisions in the measure, such as a compounding cost-of-living increase
, assessments spiraling into perpetuity, vague wording and uncertainty about which lands would be protected.
While lawmakers did complete work on a cost-of-living increase
for veterans' disability compensation and survivors' benefits, a number of bills that were passed by the House Veterans' Affairs Committee were delayed or flocked completely.
5 percent cost-of-living increase
during the upcoming school year and again in the 2015-16 school year.
th], the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a cost-of-living increase
5 percent pay raise in January 2007, the mayor and the highest-paid City Council in the nation will get a 5 percent cost-of-living increase
While spending has increased exponentially in recent years on the Intercollegiate Athletics program and on new administrative positions, the administration says they have no money available for even a basic cost-of-living increase
for the people who carry out the central mission of the university--educating the students," said UPI spokesperson Cheryl Green, an associate professor in the Counseling Department at Chicago State.