Murrieta City employees to receive 5% and 4% salary raises in fiscal years 2022-2023, 2023-2024

Murrieta Councilmember Cindy Warren addresses city staff during a special called meeting of council Tuesday, July 11. Valley News/Courtesy photo
In a short 15-minute special meeting, the Murrieta City Council, with Councilmember Lori Stone absent, passed motions to increase the salaries of the employees of the Murrieta Supervisors Association and the Murrieta General Employee Association Monday, July 11.The three memorandums of understanding will allow the city’s general staff and supervisors to receive salary increases of 5% in fiscal year 2022-2023 and 4% in fiscal year 2023-2024.Their city contracts expired Thursday, June 30, and city staff and a labor negotiator worked out the MOUs over a few weeks time. The new contracts are for two years, and a new comprehensive salary schedule is being worked out to meet the salary increases and will be retroactive to Friday, July 1.Councilmembers Christi White and Cindy Warren
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