Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke turns to police and firefighter union leaders during his announcement of a decision about the police and firefighters pension plan Thursday at the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters on Holtzclaw Avenue.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke turns to police and firefighter union leaders during his announcement of a decision about the police and firefighters pension plan Thursday at the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters on Holtzclaw Avenue.
Photo by Tim Barber .
published Thursday, January 9th, 2014
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The proposed changes to Chattanooga's police and fire pension plan that Mayor Andy Berke blessed Thursday would hike employee contributions by as much as 37 percent and cut cost-of-living raises to save the city as much as $200 million over 26 years.

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