San Diego on Monday gave at least 600 city employees raises of up to 30 percent, ending a pay increase hold that lasted about five years, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Ballot measure Proposition B put the raises on hold. But now that that salary hikes are now back on the books, salaries will now go up collectively to $9.7 million per year.
In addition to the raises, which will officially begin on January 2019 and 2020, all 11,000 city workers will receiver a 3.3 percent raise this July, the newspaper reported.
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