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With their contract expiring, CSEA employees ask Riverhead school board for pay raise

by Apr 18, 2024
The Riverhead school district’s non-instructional employees, whose union employment agreement expires in June, rallied for a pay raise at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

Riverhead settles labor contract with civil service union, increasing wages 12.75% over three years plus a $1,500 boost in pay scale

by Mar 23, 2023
The three-year contract provides wage increases of 5%, 2% and 2%, plus annual step increases of 1.25% and a $1,500 boost in the pay scale.Both sides said the deal is fair to all involved.

Town civil service workers rally for a contract, as labor negotiations continue

by Jan 24, 2023
Riverhead civil service employees and their supporters rallied in slushy weather late yesterday afternoon to demand resolution of ongoing contract negotiations between the town and its largest employee union.

Town Board OKs raises for certain salaried employees, including some department heads, as contract negotiations with labor union continue

by Jan 5, 2023
Pay raises totaling just under $48,000 were approved by the Town Board Wednesday for 11 salaried town employees. The town's civilian labor union, whose contract expired Dec. 31, was not happy.

Town, union reach deal on retirement incentives

by Jul 10, 2019
The incentives are offered to encourage longtime — and costlier — employees to retire, which allows the town to hire new employees at a lower rate of pay, saving money.

Town settles CSEA labor contract

by Jul 2, 2019
Riverhead Town has settled its labor contract with the Civil Service Employees Association for the years 2019 to 2022.

Riverhead Town settles contract with town workers’ labor union

by Dec 7, 2016
Riverhead Town has settled its labor contract with its largest employee union, with a contract that provides a cumulative 1.875-percent wage increase over a four-year contract period, from Jan. 1, 2015 through Dec. 31, 2018.

Board members shoot down Dunleavy’s proposal to give elected officials annual cost of living raises

by Dec 16, 2015
Councilman John Dunleavy’s proposal to provide an automatic annual raise for all elected officials died on the vine last night when he could not get the support of the four other town board members to set a public hearing on the idea. But the public had a hearing anyway.