Two weeks after securing a new contract agreement with the Hoboken Municipal Employees Union, the Zimmer Administration announced Monday that it had also come to terms on a new contract with the city's Municipal Supervisors Association.
Under the terms of the deal, which was approved unanimously by the union membership on Thursday, municipal supervisors will receive annual 2 percent salary increases from 2009 to 2014, according to a statement released by the city. The incremental annual salary bumps are identical to the ones municipal employees agreed to earlier this month.
“For the first time in a long time, the City of Hoboken will have current contracts with all six of our municipal unions, and we will work to make sure that remains the case going forward,” Mayor Dawn Zimmer said. “This contract agreement is fair to our employees and the taxpayers of Hoboken.”
City Council will vote on the contract at Wednesday's meeting.