Los Alamitos will hold a special meeting on city employee pay and benefits Monday.
Officials are scheduled to vote on new agreements with a handful of staffers that calls for for non-represented employees to pay 8 percent of their retirement benefit costs but also gives them a 9 percent bump in pay.
The 3-year deal is expected to cost the city between $30,520 and $31,520, official say.
The issue of employee salaries was one of a number of contentious issues at the last meeting.
The previous City Council voted to approve the new contract, and moments later -- after two council members completed their terms and two new council members were sworn in -- the new City Council reversed the contract decision and voted to postpone the decision.
Also according to the agenda, officials are scheduled to
- Discuss the way the city elects its mayor and mayor pro tem
- Decide whether staff should begin the search for a new city attorney.
- Vote whether to appoint the former city clerk as the city clerk again.
- To review the City Manager's performance in closed session
The next official city council meeting takes place at Jan. 22 at 6 p.m.