SCEA concession ballot in the mail

In the mail today to 452 Stockton City Employees Association members is memo from union leadership detailing proposed labor concessions and a ballot to vote them up or down.

The proposed Letter of Understanding, endorsed by City Hall, would have union members forego raises this year and next. It would increase by $50 the annual healthcare deductable (from $150 to $200 for a single employee) and would increase co-payments for drugs not obtained at Costco, Wal-Mart or by mail. However, it would give employees who use those vendors a 90-day supply of drugs for the same co-payment as is now made for a 30-day supply, at $3 and $8 for generic and name brand drugs, respectively. 

Here is the memorandum: 

 Here is the draft LOA:

 

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