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New Rio Rancho police officers get bump in pay

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The city says it has completed a new collective bargaining agreement with the police union. New officers will now receive $25 an hour, up from $20.80 while dispatch trainees will earn $20 an hour from $17.05. The new agreement takes effect on August 15 and runs through June 2025.
2 months ago·Rio Rancho, United States

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New Rio Rancho police officers get bump in pay

RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – New Rio Rancho Police Department officers will get paid more than they did before. The city says it has completed a new collective bargaining agreement with the police union. City of Santa Fe, police union agree to officer pay raises New officers will now receive $25 an hour, up from $20.80 while dispatch trainees will earn $20 an hour from $17.05. Raises for current officers will also happen at a faster rate and lo…

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