On April 21, 2022, IBEW 1245 Members at the City of Roseville voted to approve a tentative agreement on a four-year successor MOU. Salary increases in the first year are effective May 7, with an average market adjustment increase of 6% across 63 classifications. Years two, three, and four salary increases will be tied to market adjustments with a minimum of 2% each year.
City family health contributions will be increased up to $1945 per month in the first year, $2,020 per month in the second year, $2,095 per month in the third year, and $2,170 per month in the fourth year. Standby compensation is increased with six hours to be paid on holidays and an additional 4.5 hours per week (going from 13.5 hours per week to 18 hours paid per week). Take-home vehicle distances are increased. Nine certification pays have been improved in the areas of Traffic Signals, Preventative Maintenance, SCADA Systems, Plant Mechanics, and Water Distribution. CDL Class-A pay will be increased to 3%. The classifications tied to the 2.5% 15-step advancement program will transition to a 3.0% 12-step advancement program with a 4.7% second step advancement. Rest period provisions are improved with the 4-hour rest periods during unusual or emergency situations, and the ability to extend rest periods in combination with existing time-off banks.
Negotiating for the Union were members Mike Barton, Adam Carpineta, Clint Castle, Brendan Gossic, Matt Jones, Shawn Murphy, and myself.
–Charley Souders, IBEW 1245 Business Rep