BRONSON – Bronson Police officers have a new contract.
During Monday's meeting, the Bronson City Council approved a new three year contract with the Bronson Police Officers Association of Michigan. The current agreement was set to expire June 30th.
City Staff negotiated with the Police union over the last several months.
The new agreement includes a two and a half percent wage increase, along with a wage re-opener in the second and third years of the contract.
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