Campbell cop pay raises may end up in court

CAMPBELL — City council will vote on a new police contract that gives raises to six police officers, even though an arbitrator already ordered the pay increases.

If council rejects the contract, the issue will end up in court because the arbitrator’s decision is binding, said city law director Mark Kolmacic.

Kolmacic said council has 30 days after notification of the order, which was Aug. 4, or until its next regular meeting to vote. If it doesn’t vote, the contract is automatically accepted.

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