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Police plan picket despite arbitrator's award

14.5% raise is tops among city unions

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 23, 2004

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A state-appointed arbitrator yesterday awarded Boston's police union 14.5 percent raises over four years, roughly splitting the difference between the amount union leaders were demanding and the best offer from Mayor Thomas M. Menino. (Full Article: 850 Words)

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