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El Paso Police get raises as city seeks to bolster force
Posted On: Apr 02, 2023
With three months more on the job, City Manager Tommy Gonzalez took what will likely be one of his last major actions last week when he signed a collective bargaining agreement that provides a significant boost to El Paso police officers’ salaries.
“It’s important for this community to have good public safety, and the collective bargaining agreement was due,” Gonzalez said in an interview with El Paso Inc. at City Hall Thursday. “This is consistent with what we have been doing in the past, and that is not going to change. This needed to be done as we are putting the budget together.”