NYC Mayor Announces New Deals With 11 NYC Labor Unions, Including Officers With NYPD And Corrections

NEW YORK CITY — New York City has reached tentative labor agreements with 11 unions representing uniformed city workers — a package of deals that includes annual salary increases of between 3.25% to 4% over the next several years.

Mayor Eric Adams announced the tentative contracts with the Uniformed Officers Coalition on Thursday in the City Hall rotunda and said the city has now resolved more than three-quarters of the contracts that were pending when he first took office last year.

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