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Arbitrators impose 2-year contract settlement on Saratoga County, deputies

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A state arbitration panel has imposed a contract settlement on Saratoga County and its sheriff’s deputies’ union that will cost the county nearly $550,000. The binding award will provide the 112 members of the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Police Benevolent Association with 1 percent raises in 2010 and a 1.5 percent increase for 2011, costing the county $547,563 in back wages. However, the arbitrator denied a county request that deputies start contributing toward their health insurance ...


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