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Marshall board approves police union contract MARSHALL, WI – The Marshall Village Board approved a three-year contract with the police union Jan. 13. The contract includes a 1 percent wage increase on July 1, a one-half percent wage increase on July 1, 2016 and a re-opener clause for wages for the third year of the contract.
Oceanside police pay set to increase OCEANSIDE, CA – Oceanside police officers could see a 4.5 percent bump in pay over the next two years under a proposed contract up for a vote by the City Council today.

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