City Of McAllen, Police Union Sign New Two-Year Agreement


The City of McAllen has a new agreement in place with the union representing its police officers. City officials and members of the McAllen Professional Law Enforcement Association signed a two-year collective bargaining agreement at a ceremony Wednesday.

The new contract includes a four-percent pay raise each year and will continue offering health insurance coverage to officers for up to ten years after they retire. The new contract takes effect October 1st.

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