Hubbard police union wants to take negotiations with trustees to fact finder

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Now, the police union is asking for a new police chief

HUBBARD, Ohio (WYTV) – Hubbard Township’s police union wants to take its negotiations to a fact finder as trustees continue to say they’re considering disbanding the department and using the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office.

A union letter states that the union offered to take a wage freeze, no overtime, no taking home cruisers and waiving their uniform allowance. But, they wanted a new police chief.

The township has countered with a 10% decrease in wages and a 10% increase in health care costs.

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