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City Council Approved Highest Salary For City Manager

The Yakima City Council approved the city manager contract May 8, offering Tony O'Rourke $175,000 a year. This is the highest salary ever for a city manager. The council also talked about the terms of the severance package in case Yakima ever changes to a strong mayor form of government

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City Of Yakima Willing To Pay To Get O’Rourke

Yakima is in position to shell out a lot of money to land the man wanted for the next city manager. A proposed contract up for debate would pay Anthony O'Rourke $175,000 a year, plus money for travel and a phone

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Back To The Negotiating Table For Police And Fire Unions

It's back to the negotiating table for the city and police and fire unions after the city rejected contract proposal last week because of the tough economy. Both unions hope to avoid costly mediation

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Police and Firefighters Goes Back To The Drawing Board

It's back to the drawing board for police and firefighters here in Yakima after the city rejected their latest contract proposal. Our news partner KIMA Action News reports the unions will meet with the city to try to find an agreement

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Fire, Police Contract Rejected

It was a long night for City Council Tuesday. A number of items were on their agenda, and one is sure to start the pot boiling. The council rejected the latest contract proposal for both police and fire

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During a special meeting Monday evening, the Yakima City Council selected Don Cooper as the next Yakima city manager. The City will now begin the process of negotiating a contract with Cooper.
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Negotiations Underway to Hire Don Cooper as Yakima City Mgr.

During a special meeting Monday evening, the Yakima City Council selected Don Cooper as the next Yakima city manager.  The City will now begin the process of negotiating a contract with Cooper. If negotiations are successful, Cooper would replace Dick Zais who retired earlier this month after serving for 32 years as Yakima city manager.

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