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Arbitrator sides with West Hartford in police union contract dispute

An independent arbitrator sided with the town of West Hartford last month in a dispute between the town and the police union over whether overtime pay can be included in pension calculations for officers who retire with 25 to 30 years of service. The decision, issued on August 29, held that pensions for officers hired under the 2006 union contract would be calculated using "average base pay," which excludes overtime compensation.

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$94 million school renovation nearly double the national cost of brand new construction

As the Connecticut Department of Education mulls whether to close two technical high schools to deal with an expected $1.2 billion deficit, the state recently showcased a massive renovation project at the Emmett O’Brien Technical High School at a cost of $94 million, nearly double the national cost of constructing a brand new high school.

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