Calif. department makes cuts, not union concessions

Police union remains Fremont's only union not to come to terms with the city on a 2 percent pay reduction this fiscal year


By Matthew Artz
Oakland Tribune

FREMONT — The city has delayed hiring several police officers to save money that it had hoped to get from police union concessions.

The Fremont Police Officers Association remains Fremont's only union not to come to terms with the city on a 2 percent pay reduction this fiscal year — about $530,000 — to help the city balance its budget.

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