Pa. City Council Restores LEO Pension Plan In Response To Staffing Crisis

MEADVILLE, Pa. — A pension reform policy considered key to the city of Meadville’s future financial stability just a few years ago was eliminated Monday in a move officials described as a response to an ongoing public safety crisis.

Meadville City Council members voted 4-0 to approve a four-year labor agreement with the union that restores traditional pensions for members of the union that represents the city’s police officers. The agreement takes effect next year and continues through 2026. Deputy Mayor Larry McKnight was absent from the meeting.

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