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					International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 (CEQ)
Effective at the beginning of the payperiod closest to January 1, 2008


                                                                                         5-month 6- month
  FLSA     OTC Job Code                 Classification             Pts     Grade     P     rate     rate         Step 1     Step 2
    N       2   01180C       Automotive Mechanic                   303       6       H    22.497                 23.477
    N       2   02560C       Constr Equip Operator Oiler           275       6       H            19.519         20.186     20.856
    N       2   02520C       Constr Equip Oper-Oiler B             275       6       H     22.3                  23.273
    N       2   04160C       Equipment Repair Coordinator          283       6       H            20.979         21.743     22.824
    N       2   04520C       Foreman Auto Mechanic                 335       7       H            24.519         25.319     26.498
    N       2   04820C       Foreman Paving Products Plant         393       8       H            26.609         27.918     29.238
                             Metal Fabrication & Welding
    N        2     07115C    Specialist                            295        6      H                21.668     22.444     23.245
    N        2     07920C    Plant Operator Paving Prods           230        5      H                20.916     21.705      23.55
    N        2     07930C    Plant Repair Worker                   300        6      H                21.668     22.444     23.245
    N        2     08141C    Police Equipment Specialist           325        7      H                24.519     25.319     26.498
    N        2     10960C    Welder,Shop                           280        6      H    22.497                 23.477
    N        2     02620C    Construction Equip Oper Appr
                               0-1000 hours                                          H                           13.562
                               1001-2000 hours                                       H                           15.989
                               2001-3000 hours                                       H                           18.417
                               3001-4000 hours                                       H                           20.846

                             Workforce Utilization
    N      2    02522C Constr Equip Oper WU Driver                   190        4 H        22.3               23.273
    N      2    02524C Constr Equip Oper WU Laborer                  188        4 H        22.3               23.273
    N      2    02526C Constr Equp Oper WU Shop                      275        6 H        22.3               23.273
    N      2    02614C Constr Maint Labor WU CEO***                  275        6 H        22.3               23.273
    *** When assigned to this title through Workforce Utlization, paid at the Construction Equipment Operator - Oiler B rate.

(See section 1.08 Central Pension Fund) At the request of the Union, a pension contribution of one dollar ($1.00) per
hour for all hours paid will commence effective January 1, 2008. The Employer shall reduce the compensation otherwise
payable in wages and pay this contribution directly to the International Union of Operating Engineers Central Pension Fund.
ABOVE SHOWN HOURLY RATES HAVE HAD THE $1.00 SUBTRACTED.

Provided that current City employees participation in the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler Apprenticeship program
shall receive the wage afforded their previous position, or the top step Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler rate, which-
ever is lesser, until such time as the apprenticeship wage exceeds their previous rate or until they complete the program.

Provided that new employees hired into classifications with six-month rates shall remain in the six-month rate until they
have 1044 hours of actual work according to present policies governing probationary periods and incremental
increases, subject to a maximum of 80 hours per pay period.

Provided that the employee(s) officially designated as a full-time Training Coordinator shall receive a premium equal
to the highest skill-based premium for which the employee is certified to operate.

Provided that        $1.294 per hour shall be added to the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler base rate of pay when
assigned to "A" rated machines [Stationary Concrete Plant (Over 34 E); Power Dredge; Concrete Paver; Power Shovel;
 Dragline; Clamshell; Motor Grader (except winter maintenance); Asphalt roller (over 6 tons); Slip-Form Curb Machine;
 Loader (4 1/2 yards & above); Bituminous Spreader & Finisher.]

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operators/Oilers are assigned to work on a Crawler Hoe,
Paver, or Curb Machine, they shall be paid a premium of       $1.920 per hour for all horus on the equipment.

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operator/Oilers are assigned on work on a Cable Crane or Boom Truck,
they shall be paid a premium of                               $2.548 per hour for all hours on the equipment.
HAZ-MAT Certification:
a. In its sold discretion, the Employer may identify up to 20 Construction Equipment Operators, 8 Automotive Mechanics
and all employee's in the positions of Plant Repair Worker, Plant Operator, and Blacksmith to receive an additional
$0.234       per hour for attaining and maintaining a valid HAZ-MAT certification. Opportunities for attaining certification
shall be offered on a seniority basis. Once certified, eligible employees may be assigned to job sits at the discretion
of the Employer. Such assignments shall not replace their permanent assignment. Beginning with the equipment
bid in May, 2003, Mechanics assigned the outside truck shall be required to be Haz-Mat certified. Employees receiving
this premium shall not be eligible for the hourly premiums in section "b".
b. Employees certified and assigned to wear OSHA personal protective equipment, shall receive the following premiums
for all hours actual worked:
    Level A (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level B (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level C (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour

WELDING Certification:
 * The Employer may identify up to 2 Core and 2 Supplemental welding certifications
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith, Plant Repair Worker and Plant Operator shall be eligible for an additional
 $0.352 per hour for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Core certifications.
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith and Plant Repair Worker shall be eligible for an additional              $0.352             per hour
 for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Supplemental certifications.
 * For supplemental certifications, the Employer shall identify the number of employees it needs certified
 * In order of seniority, employees, up to the number identified by the Employer, shall be compensated
 an additional       $0.352 per hour for each certification attained and maintained

ASE Certification:
Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Mechanic/Auto Body & Foreman, Automotive Mechanic                                  Wage Adjustment

"A":                                                                                                          ASE      $0.352 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any two (2) of the following tests provided and
administered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Medium/Heavy
Truck or Automobile Technician tests, such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"B":                                                                                                  ASE      $0.703 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any four (4) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"C":                                                                                                  ASE       $1.054 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any six (6) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"D":                                                                                                  ASE      $1.465 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any eight (8) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

                 T1 – Gasoline Engines                                                  A1 – Engine Repair
                 T2 – Diesel Engines                                                    A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
                 T3 – Drive Train                                                       A3 – Manual Drive Train
                 T4 – Brakes                                                            A4 – Suspension and Steering
                 T5 – Suspension and Steering                                           A5 – Brakes
                 T6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems                                     A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
                 T7 – Heating and Air Conditioning                                      A7 – Heating and Air Conditioning
                 T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI)                           A8 – Engine Performance

                 * IUOE member must keep ratings current and must advise the City of any change in status.
                 *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the
                 testing fee for each test successfully completed.
                 * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
                   * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
                   * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
                   * Automotive Mechanics shall not be required to have ASE certifications.
                   * Recognize DOT certification equals 2 ASE certifications.
TUNNEL PAY:
Provided that when Employees are assigned to work performed in an underground tunnel, they shall be paid a premium of$0.386 per hour.

OUTSIDE TRUCK PREMIUM:
                                                                                                            $0.634
Provided that Automotive Mechanics regularly assigned and working on an "outside truck" shall be paid a premium of             per hour on all
compensated hours. Automotive Mechanics temporarily assigned on an “outside truck” shall be paid a premium of
                                                                                                            $0.634             per hour for hours
worked.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY:
Employees working in the classifications of Mechanic, Blacksmith/Welder, Plant Repair Worker, and/or Plant Operator shall be paid a premium of
  $0.375 per hour for all hours worked where a “spotter” or a harness is required to perform the job in a safe manner.
A Foreman, Supervisor or Fire Department employee trained in Confined Space Entry shall establish the requirement and secure the necessary permits.
Time shall be calculated with a on-hour minimum and half-hour increments thereafter.

CRANE CERTIFICATION PREMIUM:
There shall be            $0.586 per hour premium on all compensated hours for 8 crane operators who
have a National CCO Certification. The opportunity for this certification premium shall be offered by seniority.
  * IUOE member must keep certification current and must advise the City of any change in status.
  *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the testing fee for
  each test successfully completed and one failed test.
  * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
  * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
  * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
  * Construction Equipment Operators shall not be required to have CCO certifications.

*Coveralls shall be provided to the CEO regularly assigned to the Fridley Water Yard.

Provided that when employees are assigned to work the night or weekend
shift, they shall be paid a night/weekend shift differential of $1.137 per hour.

Provided that employees shall receive the following longevity:
      These payments shall be based on a maximum of 80 hours biweekly:
  $0.195 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 10th year of service
  $0.326 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 15th year of service
  $0.386 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 20th year of service
  $0.555 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 25th year of service
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 (CEQ)
Effective at the beginning of the payperiod closest to July 1, 2008


                                                                                         5-month 6- month
  FLSA     OTC Job Code                 Classification             Pts     Grade     P     rate     rate         Step 1     Step 2
    N       2   01180C       Automotive Mechanic                   303       6       H    22.732                 23.722
    N       2   02560C       Constr Equip Operator Oiler           275       6       H            19.724         20.398     21.075
    N       2   02520C       Constr Equip Oper-Oiler B             275       6       H    22.533                 23.516
    N       2   04160C       Equipment Repair Coordinator          283       6       H            21.199          21.97     23.062
    N       2   04520C       Foreman Auto Mechanic                 335       7       H            24.774         25.582     26.773
    N       2   04820C       Foreman Paving Products Plant         393       8       H            26.885         28.207      29.54
                             Metal Fabrication & Welding
    N        2     07115C    Specialist                            295        6      H                21.895     22.678     23.487
    N        2     07920C    Plant Operator Paving Prods           230        5      H                21.135     21.932     23.796
    N        2     07930C    Plant Repair Worker                   300        6      H                21.895     22.678     23.487
    N        2     08141C    Police Equipment Specialist           325        7      H                24.774     25.582     26.773
    N        2     10960C    Welder,Shop                           280        6      H    22.732                 23.722
    N        2     02620C    Construction Equip Oper Appr
                               0-1000 hours                                          H                           13.708
                               1001-2000 hours                                       H                           16.159
                               2001-3000 hours                                       H                           18.611
                               3001-4000 hours                                       H                           21.064

                             Workforce Utilization
    N      2    02522C Constr Equip Oper WU Driver                   190        4 H       22.533              23.516
    N      2    02524C Constr Equip Oper WU Laborer                  188        4 H       22.533              23.516
    N      2    02526C Constr Equp Oper WU Shop                      275        6 H       22.533              23.516
    N      2    02614C Constr Maint Labor WU CEO***                  275        6 H       22.533              23.516
    *** When assigned to this title through Workforce Utlization, paid at the Construction Equipment Operator - Oiler B rate.

(See section 1.08 Central Pension Fund) At the request of the Union, a pension contribution of one dollar ($1.00) per
hour for all hours paid will commence effective January 1, 2008. The Employer shall reduce the compensation otherwise
payable in wages and pay this contribution directly to the International Union of Operating Engineers Central Pension Fund.
ABOVE SHOWN HOURLY RATES HAVE HAD THE $1.00 SUBTRACTED.

Provided that current City employees participation in the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler Apprenticeship program
shall receive the wage afforded their previous position, or the top step Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler rate, which-
ever is lesser, until such time as the apprenticeship wage exceeds their previous rate or until they complete the program.

Provided that new employees hired into classifications with six-month rates shall remain in the six-month rate until they
have 1044 hours of actual work according to present policies governing probationary periods and incremental
increases, subject to a maximum of 80 hours per pay period.

Provided that the employee(s) officially designated as a full-time Training Coordinator shall receive a premium equal
to the highest skill-based premium for which the employee is certified to operate.

Provided that        $1.307 per hour shall be added to the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler base rate of pay when
assigned to "A" rated machines [Stationary Concrete Plant (Over 34 E); Power Dredge; Concrete Paver; Power Shovel;
 Dragline; Clamshell; Motor Grader (except winter maintenance); Asphalt roller (over 6 tons); Slip-Form Curb Machine;
 Loader (4 1/2 yards & above); Bituminous Spreader & Finisher.]

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operators/Oilers are assigned to work on a Crawler Hoe,
Paver, or Curb Machine, they shall be paid a premium of       $1.939 per hour for all horus on the equipment.

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operator/Oilers are assigned on work on a Cable Crane or Boom Truck,
they shall be paid a premium of                               $2.573 per hour for all hours on the equipment.
HAZ-MAT Certification:
a. In its sold discretion, the Employer may identify up to 20 Construction Equipment Operators, 8 Automotive Mechanics
and all employee's in the positions of Plant Repair Worker, Plant Operator, and Blacksmith to receive an additional
$0.236       per hour for attaining and maintaining a valid HAZ-MAT certification. Opportunities for attaining certification
shall be offered on a seniority basis. Once certified, eligible employees may be assigned to job sits at the discretion
of the Employer. Such assignments shall not replace their permanent assignment. Beginning with the equipment
bid in May, 2003, Mechanics assigned the outside truck shall be required to be Haz-Mat certified. Employees receiving
this premium shall not be eligible for the hourly premiums in section "b".
b. Employees certified and assigned to wear OSHA personal protective equipment, shall receive the following premiums
for all hours actual worked:
    Level A (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level B (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level C (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour

WELDING Certification:
 * The Employer may identify up to 2 Core and 2 Supplemental welding certifications
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith, Plant Repair Worker and Plant Operator shall be eligible for an additional
 $0.356 per hour for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Core certifications.
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith and Plant Repair Worker shall be eligible for an additional              $0.356             per hour
 for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Supplemental certifications.
 * For supplemental certifications, the Employer shall identify the number of employees it needs certified
 * In order of seniority, employees, up to the number identified by the Employer, shall be compensated
 an additional       $0.356 per hour for each certification attained and maintained

ASE Certification:
Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Mechanic/Auto Body & Foreman, Automotive Mechanic                                  Wage Adjustment

"A":                                                                                                          ASE      $0.356 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any two (2) of the following tests provided and
administered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Medium/Heavy
Truck or Automobile Technician tests, such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"B":                                                                                                  ASE      $0.710 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any four (4) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"C":                                                                                                  ASE       $1.065 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any six (6) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"D":                                                                                                  ASE      $1.480 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any eight (8) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

                 T1 – Gasoline Engines                                                  A1 – Engine Repair
                 T2 – Diesel Engines                                                    A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
                 T3 – Drive Train                                                       A3 – Manual Drive Train
                 T4 – Brakes                                                            A4 – Suspension and Steering
                 T5 – Suspension and Steering                                           A5 – Brakes
                 T6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems                                     A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
                 T7 – Heating and Air Conditioning                                      A7 – Heating and Air Conditioning
                 T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI)                           A8 – Engine Performance

                 * IUOE member must keep ratings current and must advise the City of any change in status.
                 *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the
                 testing fee for each test successfully completed.
                 * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
                   * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
                   * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
                   * Automotive Mechanics shall not be required to have ASE certifications.
                   * Recognize DOT certification equals 2 ASE certifications.
TUNNEL PAY:
Provided that when Employees are assigned to work performed in an underground tunnel, they shall be paid a premium of$0.390 per hour.

OUTSIDE TRUCK PREMIUM:
                                                                                                            $0.640
Provided that Automotive Mechanics regularly assigned and working on an "outside truck" shall be paid a premium of             per hour on all
compensated hours. Automotive Mechanics temporarily assigned on an “outside truck” shall be paid a premium of
                                                                                                            $0.640             per hour for hours
worked.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY:
Employees working in the classifications of Mechanic, Blacksmith/Welder, Plant Repair Worker, and/or Plant Operator shall be paid a premium of
  $0.379 per hour for all hours worked where a “spotter” or a harness is required to perform the job in a safe manner.
A Foreman, Supervisor or Fire Department employee trained in Confined Space Entry shall establish the requirement and secure the necessary permits.
Time shall be calculated with a on-hour minimum and half-hour increments thereafter.

CRANE CERTIFICATION PREMIUM:
There shall be            $0.592 per hour premium on all compensated hours for 8 crane operators who
have a National CCO Certification. The opportunity for this certification premium shall be offered by seniority.
  * IUOE member must keep certification current and must advise the City of any change in status.
  *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the testing fee for
  each test successfully completed and one failed test.
  * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
  * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
  * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
  * Construction Equipment Operators shall not be required to have CCO certifications.

*Coveralls shall be provided to the CEO regularly assigned to the Fridley Water Yard.

Provided that when employees are assigned to work the night or weekend
shift, they shall be paid a night/weekend shift differential of $1.148 per hour.

Provided that employees shall receive the following longevity:
      These payments shall be based on a maximum of 80 hours biweekly:
  $0.197 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 10th year of service
  $0.329 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 15th year of service
  $0.390 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 20th year of service
  $0.561 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 25th year of service
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 (CEQ)
Effective at the beginning of the payperiod closest to January 1, 2009 (1/04/2009)


                                                                                                 5-month 6- month
   FLSA      OTC Job Code                  Classification            Pts        Grade       P      rate     rate        Step 1       Step 2
     N        2   01180C        Automotive Mechanic                  303          6         H     23.029                24.031
     N        2   02560C        Constr Equip Operator Oiler          275          6         H             19.983        20.665       21.351
     N        2   02520C        Constr Equip Oper-Oiler B            275          6         H     22.827                23.822
     N        2   04160C        Equipment Repair Coordinator         283          6         H             21.476        22.257       23.363
     N        2   04520C        Foreman Auto Mechanic                335          7         H             25.096        25.914        27.12
     N        2   04820C        Foreman Paving Products Plant        393          8         H             27.234        28.572       29.922
                                Metal Fabrication & Welding
     N         2     07115C     Specialist                           295           6        H                22.181     22.974       23.793
     N         2     07920C     Plant Operator Paving Prods          230           5        H                21.412     22.219       24.106
     N         2     07930C     Plant Repair Worker                  300           6        H                22.181     22.974       23.793
     N         2     08141C     Police Equipment Specialist          325           7        H                25.096     25.914        27.12
     N         2     10960C     Welder,Shop                          280           6        H     23.029                24.031
     N         2     02620C     Construction Equip Oper Appr
                                  0-1000 hours                                              H                           13.892
                                  1001-2000 hours                                           H                           16.373
                                  2001-3000 hours                                           H                           18.856
                                  3001-4000 hours                                           H                            21.34

                                 Workforce Utilization
     N        2     02522C Constr Equip Oper WU Driver                  190              4 H      22.827               23.822
     N        2     02524C Constr Equip Oper WU Laborer                 188              4 H      22.827               23.822
     N        2     02526C Constr Equp Oper WU Shop                     275              6 H      22.827               23.822
     N        2     02614C Constr Maint Labor WU CEO***                 275              6 H      22.827               23.822
         *** When assigned to this title through Workforce Utlization, paid at the Construction Equipment Operator - Oiler B rate.

(See section 1.08 Central Pension Fund) At the request of the Union, a pension contribution of one dollar ($1.00) per
hour for all hours paid will commence effective January 1, 2008. The Employer shall reduce the compensation otherwise
payable in wages and pay this contribution directly to the International Union of Operating Engineers Central Pension Fund.
ABOVE SHOWN HOURLY RATES HAVE HAD THE $1.00 SUBTRACTED.

Provided that current City employees participation in the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler Apprenticeship program
shall receive the wage afforded their previous position, or the top step Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler rate, which-
ever is lesser, until such time as the apprenticeship wage exceeds their previous rate or until they complete the program.

Provided that new employees hired into classifications with six-month rates shall remain in the six-month rate until they
have 1044 hours of actual work according to present policies governing probationary periods and incremental
increases, subject to a maximum of 80 hours per pay period.
Provided that the employee(s) officially designated as a full-time Training Coordinator shall receive a premium equal
to the highest skill-based premium for which the employee is certified to operate.

Provided that          $1.326 per hour shall be added to the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler base rate of pay when
assigned to "A" rated machines [Stationary Concrete Plant (Over 34 E); Power Dredge; Concrete Paver; Power Shovel;
 Dragline; Clamshell; Motor Grader (except winter maintenance); Asphalt roller (over 6 tons); Slip-Form Curb Machine;
 Loader (4 1/2 yards & above); Bituminous Spreader & Finisher.]

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operators/Oilers are assigned to work on a Crawler Hoe,
Paver, or Curb Machine, they shall be paid a premium of         $1.968 per hour for all horus on the equipment.

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operator/Oilers are assigned on work on a Cable Crane or Boom Truck,
they shall be paid a premium of                                 $2.606 per hour for all hours on the equipment.

HAZ-MAT Certification:
a. In its sold discretion, the Employer may identify up to 20 Construction Equipment Operators, 8 Automotive Mechanics
and all employee's in the positions of Plant Repair Worker, Plant Operator, and Blacksmith to receive an additional
$0.240         per hour for attaining and maintaining a valid HAZ-MAT certification. Opportunities for attaining certification
shall be offered on a seniority basis. Once certified, eligible employees may be assigned to job sits at the discretion
of the Employer. Such assignments shall not replace their permanent assignment. Beginning with the equipment
bid in May, 2003, Mechanics assigned the outside truck shall be required to be Haz-Mat certified. Employees receiving
this premium shall not be eligible for the hourly premiums in section "b".
b. Employees certified and assigned to wear OSHA personal protective equipment, shall receive the following premiums
for all hours actual worked:
    Level A (as defined by OSHA) -                                                 $1.502 per hour
    Level B (as defined by OSHA) -                                                 $1.080 per hour
    Level C (as defined by OSHA) -                                                 $0.721 per hour

WELDING Certification:
 * The Employer may identify up to 2 Core and 2 Supplemental welding certifications
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith, Plant Repair Worker and Plant Operator shall be eligible for an additional
 $0.360      per hour for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Core certifications.
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith and Plant Repair Worker shall be eligible for an additional                          $0.360    per hour
 for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Supplemental certifications.
 * For supplemental certifications, the Employer shall identify the number of employees it needs certified
 * In order of seniority, employees, up to the number identified by the Employer, shall be compensated
 an additional          $0.360 per hour for each certification attained and maintained

ASE Certification:
Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Mechanic/Auto Body & Foreman, Automotive Mechanic                                    Wage Adjustment

"A":                                                                                                             ASE       $0.360 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any two (2) of the following tests provided and
administered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Medium/Heavy
Truck or Automobile Technician tests, such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"B":                                                                                                         ASE      $0.721 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any four (4) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"C":                                                                                                         ASE      $1.080 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any six (6) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"D":                                                                                                         ASE      $1.502 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any eight (8) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

                    T1 – Gasoline Engines                                                           A1 – Engine Repair
                    T2 – Diesel Engines                                                             A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
                    T3 – Drive Train                                                                A3 – Manual Drive Train
                    T4 – Brakes                                                                     A4 – Suspension and Steering
                    T5 – Suspension and Steering                                                    A5 – Brakes
                    T6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems                                              A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
                    T7 – Heating and Air Conditioning                                               A7 – Heating and Air Conditioning
                    T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI)                                    A8 – Engine Performance

                    * IUOE member must keep ratings current and must advise the City of any change in status.
                    *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the
                    testing fee for each test successfully completed.
                    * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
                    * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
                    * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
                    * Automotive Mechanics shall not be required to have ASE certifications.
                    * Recognize DOT certification equals 2 ASE certifications.
TUNNEL PAY:
Provided that when Employees are assigned to work performed in an underground tunnel, they shall be paid a premium of            $0.396 per hour.

OUTSIDE TRUCK PREMIUM:
Provided that Automotive Mechanics regularly assigned and working on an "outside truck" shall be paid a premium of $0.650       per hour on all
compensated hours. Automotive Mechanics temporarily assigned on an “outside truck” shall be paid a premium of      $0.650       per hour for hours
worked.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY:
Employees working in the classifications of Mechanic, Blacksmith/Welder, Plant Repair Worker, and/or Plant Operator shall be paid a premium of
  $0.385     per hour for all hours worked where a “spotter” or a harness is required to perform the job in a safe manner.
A Foreman, Supervisor or Fire Department employee trained in Confined Space Entry shall establish the requirement and secure the necessary permits.
Time shall be calculated with a on-hour minimum and half-hour increments thereafter.

CRANE CERTIFICATION PREMIUM:
There shall be              $0.600 per hour premium on all compensated hours for 8 crane operators who
have a National CCO Certification. The opportunity for this certification premium shall be offered by seniority.
  * IUOE member must keep certification current and must advise the City of any change in status.
  *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the testing fee for
  each test successfully completed and one failed test.
  * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
  * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
  * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
  * Construction Equipment Operators shall not be required to have CCO certifications.

*Coveralls shall be provided to the CEO regularly assigned to the Fridley Water Yard.

Provided that when employees are assigned to work the night or weekend
shift, they shall be paid a night/weekend shift differential of $1.165 per hour.

Provided that employees shall receive the following longevity:
      These payments shall be based on a maximum of 80 hours biweekly:
  $0.199    cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 10th year of service
  $0.334    cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 15th year of service
  $0.396    cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 20th year of service
  $0.569    cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 25th year of service
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 Outside Rates
Effective May 1, 2009

          Permit rates of pay for maintenance and capital funded projects:

                                                                  T.TAX      FRINGE   TOTAL
FLSA         OTC      CODE     CLASSIFICATION                    /HOUR        HOUR    / HOUR
    N         2     02460C     Con. Equipment Operator (A)        27.51       15.25     42.76   45.82
    N         2     02470C     Con. Equipment Operator (B)        27.02       15.25     42.27   45.27
    N         2     02480C     Con. Equipment Operator (C)        26.75       15.25     42.00   44.97
    N         2     01182C     Automotive Mechanic - Cap Fund     26.75       15.25     42.00   44.97
    N         2     02490C     Con. Equipment Operator (D)        24.10       15.25     39.35   42.03
    N         2     02500C     Con. Equipment Operator (E)        24.01       15.25     39.26   41.93
    N         2     02540C     Con. Equip. Operator-Oiler         22.92       15.25     38.17   40.72
    N         2     02550C     Con. Equip. Oiler -Truck Crane     23.01       15.25     38.26   40.82
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 (CEQ)
Effective at the beginning of the payperiod closest to July 1, 2009


                                                                                         5-month 6- month
  FLSA     OTC Job Code                 Classification             Pts     Grade     P     rate     rate         Step 1     Step 2
    N       2   01180C       Automotive Mechanic                   303       6       H    23.329                 24.344
    N       2   02560C       Constr Equip Operator Oiler           275       6       H            20.245         20.936       21.63
    N       2   02520C       Constr Equip Oper-Oiler B             275       6       H    23.125                 24.132
    N       2   04160C       Equipment Repair Coordinator          283       6       H            21.757         22.548     23.668
    N       2   04520C       Foreman Auto Mechanic                 335       7       H            25.422          26.25     27.472
    N       2   04820C       Foreman Paving Products Plant         393       8       H            27.587         28.942     30.309
                             Metal Fabrication & Welding
    N        2     07115C    Specialist                            295        6      H                22.471     23.274     24.103
    N        2     07920C    Plant Operator Paving Prods           230        5      H                21.692     22.509      24.42
    N        2     07930C    Plant Repair Worker                   300        6      H                22.471     23.274     24.103
    N        2     08141C    Police Equipment Specialist           325        7      H                25.422      26.25     27.472
    N        2     10960C    Welder,Shop                           280        6      H    23.329                 24.344
    N        2     02620C    Construction Equip Oper Appr
                               0-1000 hours                                          H                           14.078
                               1001-2000 hours                                       H                            16.59
                               2001-3000 hours                                       H                           19.104
                               3001-4000 hours                                       H                           21.619

                             Workforce Utilization
    N      2    02522C Constr Equip Oper WU Driver                   190        4 H       23.125              24.132
    N      2    02524C Constr Equip Oper WU Laborer                  188        4 H       23.125              24.132
    N      2    02526C Constr Equp Oper WU Shop                      275        6 H       23.125              24.132
    N      2    02614C Constr Maint Labor WU CEO***                  275        6 H       23.125              24.132
    *** When assigned to this title through Workforce Utlization, paid at the Construction Equipment Operator - Oiler B rate.

(See section 1.08 Central Pension Fund) At the request of the Union, a pension contribution of one dollar ($1.00) per
hour for all hours paid will commence effective January 1, 2008. The Employer shall reduce the compensation otherwise
payable in wages and pay this contribution directly to the International Union of Operating Engineers Central Pension Fund.
ABOVE SHOWN HOURLY RATES HAVE HAD THE $1.00 SUBTRACTED.

Provided that current City employees participation in the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler Apprenticeship program
shall receive the wage afforded their previous position, or the top step Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler rate, which-
ever is lesser, until such time as the apprenticeship wage exceeds their previous rate or until they complete the program.

Provided that new employees hired into classifications with six-month rates shall remain in the six-month rate until they
have 1044 hours of actual work according to present policies governing probationary periods and incremental
increases, subject to a maximum of 80 hours per pay period.

Provided that the employee(s) officially designated as a full-time Training Coordinator shall receive a premium equal
to the highest skill-based premium for which the employee is certified to operate.

Provided that        $1.343 per hour shall be added to the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler base rate of pay when
assigned to "A" rated machines [Stationary Concrete Plant (Over 34 E); Power Dredge; Concrete Paver; Power Shovel;
 Dragline; Clamshell; Motor Grader (except winter maintenance); Asphalt roller (over 6 tons); Slip-Form Curb Machine;
 Loader (4 1/2 yards & above); Bituminous Spreader & Finisher.]

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operators/Oilers are assigned to work on a Crawler Hoe,
Paver, or Curb Machine, they shall be paid a premium of       $1.993 per hour for all horus on the equipment.

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operator/Oilers are assigned on work on a Cable Crane or Boom Truck,
they shall be paid a premium of                               $2.638 per hour for all hours on the equipment.
HAZ-MAT Certification:
a. In its sold discretion, the Employer may identify up to 20 Construction Equipment Operators, 8 Automotive Mechanics
and all employee's in the positions of Plant Repair Worker, Plant Operator, and Blacksmith to receive an additional
$0.243       per hour for attaining and maintaining a valid HAZ-MAT certification. Opportunities for attaining certification
shall be offered on a seniority basis. Once certified, eligible employees may be assigned to job sits at the discretion
of the Employer. Such assignments shall not replace their permanent assignment. Beginning with the equipment
bid in May, 2003, Mechanics assigned the outside truck shall be required to be Haz-Mat certified. Employees receiving
this premium shall not be eligible for the hourly premiums in section "b".
b. Employees certified and assigned to wear OSHA personal protective equipment, shall receive the following premiums
for all hours actual worked:
    Level A (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level B (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level C (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour

WELDING Certification:
 * The Employer may identify up to 2 Core and 2 Supplemental welding certifications
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith, Plant Repair Worker and Plant Operator shall be eligible for an additional
 $0.365 per hour for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Core certifications.
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith and Plant Repair Worker shall be eligible for an additional              $0.365             per hour
 for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Supplemental certifications.
 * For supplemental certifications, the Employer shall identify the number of employees it needs certified
 * In order of seniority, employees, up to the number identified by the Employer, shall be compensated
 an additional       $0.365 per hour for each certification attained and maintained

ASE Certification:
Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Mechanic/Auto Body & Foreman, Automotive Mechanic                                  Wage Adjustment

"A":                                                                                                          ASE      $0.365 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any two (2) of the following tests provided and
administered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Medium/Heavy
Truck or Automobile Technician tests, such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"B":                                                                                                  ASE      $0.730 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any four (4) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"C":                                                                                                  ASE       $1.094 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any six (6) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"D":                                                                                                  ASE      $1.521 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any eight (8) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

                 T1 – Gasoline Engines                                                  A1 – Engine Repair
                 T2 – Diesel Engines                                                    A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
                 T3 – Drive Train                                                       A3 – Manual Drive Train
                 T4 – Brakes                                                            A4 – Suspension and Steering
                 T5 – Suspension and Steering                                           A5 – Brakes
                 T6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems                                     A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
                 T7 – Heating and Air Conditioning                                      A7 – Heating and Air Conditioning
                 T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI)                           A8 – Engine Performance

                 * IUOE member must keep ratings current and must advise the City of any change in status.
                 *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the
                 testing fee for each test successfully completed.
                 * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
                   * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
                   * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
                   * Automotive Mechanics shall not be required to have ASE certifications.
                   * Recognize DOT certification equals 2 ASE certifications.
TUNNEL PAY:
Provided that when Employees are assigned to work performed in an underground tunnel, they shall be paid a premium of$0.401 per hour.

OUTSIDE TRUCK PREMIUM:
                                                                                                            $0.658
Provided that Automotive Mechanics regularly assigned and working on an "outside truck" shall be paid a premium of             per hour on all
compensated hours. Automotive Mechanics temporarily assigned on an “outside truck” shall be paid a premium of
                                                                                                            $0.658             per hour for hours
worked.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY:
Employees working in the classifications of Mechanic, Blacksmith/Welder, Plant Repair Worker, and/or Plant Operator shall be paid a premium of
  $0.390 per hour for all hours worked where a “spotter” or a harness is required to perform the job in a safe manner.
A Foreman, Supervisor or Fire Department employee trained in Confined Space Entry shall establish the requirement and secure the necessary permits.
Time shall be calculated with a on-hour minimum and half-hour increments thereafter.

CRANE CERTIFICATION PREMIUM:
There shall be            $0.608 per hour premium on all compensated hours for 8 crane operators who
have a National CCO Certification. The opportunity for this certification premium shall be offered by seniority.
  * IUOE member must keep certification current and must advise the City of any change in status.
  *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the testing fee for
  each test successfully completed and one failed test.
  * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
  * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
  * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
  * Construction Equipment Operators shall not be required to have CCO certifications.

*Coveralls shall be provided to the CEO regularly assigned to the Fridley Water Yard.

Provided that when employees are assigned to work the night or weekend
shift, they shall be paid a night/weekend shift differential of $1.180 per hour.

Provided that employees shall receive the following longevity:
      These payments shall be based on a maximum of 80 hours biweekly:
  $0.201 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 10th year of service
  $0.338 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 15th year of service
  $0.401 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 20th year of service
  $0.576 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 25th year of service
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 49 (CEQ)
Effective at the beginning of the payperiod closest to January 1, 2010


                                                                                         5-month 6- month
  FLSA     OTC Job Code                 Classification             Pts     Grade     P     rate     rate         Step 1     Step 2
    N       2   01180C       Automotive Mechanic                   303       6       H    23.816                 24.851
    N       2   02560C       Constr Equip Operator Oiler           275       6       H             20.67         21.375     22.083
    N       2   02520C       Constr Equip Oper-Oiler B             275       6       H    23.608                 24.635
    N       2   04160C       Equipment Repair Coordinator          283       6       H            22.212         23.019     24.161
    N       2   04520C       Foreman Auto Mechanic                 335       7       H             25.95         26.795     28.041
    N       2   04820C       Foreman Paving Products Plant         393       8       H            28.159         29.541     30.935
                             Metal Fabrication & Welding
    N        2     07115C    Specialist                            295        6      H                 22.94     23.759     24.605
    N        2     07920C    Plant Operator Paving Prods           230        5      H                22.146     22.979     24.928
    N        2     07930C    Plant Repair Worker                   300        6      H                 22.94     23.759     24.605
    N        2     08141C    Police Equipment Specialist           325        7      H                 25.95     26.795     28.041
    N        2     10960C    Welder,Shop                           280        6      H    23.816                 24.851
    N        2     02620C    Construction Equip Oper Appr
                               0-1000 hours                                          H                            14.38
                               1001-2000 hours                                       H                           16.942
                               2001-3000 hours                                       H                           19.506
                               3001-4000 hours                                       H                           22.071

                             Workforce Utilization
    N      2    02522C Constr Equip Oper WU Driver                   190        4 H       23.608              24.635
    N      2    02524C Constr Equip Oper WU Laborer                  188        4 H       23.608              24.635
    N      2    02526C Constr Equp Oper WU Shop                      275        6 H       23.608              24.635
    N      2    02614C Constr Maint Labor WU CEO***                  275        6 H       23.608              24.635
    *** When assigned to this title through Workforce Utlization, paid at the Construction Equipment Operator - Oiler B rate.

(See section 1.08 Central Pension Fund) At the request of the Union, a pension contribution of one dollar ($1.00) per
hour for all hours paid will commence effective January 1, 2008. The Employer shall reduce the compensation otherwise
payable in wages and pay this contribution directly to the International Union of Operating Engineers Central Pension Fund.
ABOVE SHOWN HOURLY RATES HAVE HAD THE $1.00 SUBTRACTED.

Provided that current City employees participation in the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler Apprenticeship program
shall receive the wage afforded their previous position, or the top step Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler rate, which-
ever is lesser, until such time as the apprenticeship wage exceeds their previous rate or until they complete the program.

Provided that new employees hired into classifications with six-month rates shall remain in the six-month rate until they
have 1044 hours of actual work according to present policies governing probationary periods and incremental
increases, subject to a maximum of 80 hours per pay period.

Provided that the employee(s) officially designated as a full-time Training Coordinator shall receive a premium equal
to the highest skill-based premium for which the employee is certified to operate.

Provided that        $1.380 per hour shall be added to the Construction Equipment Operator/Oiler base rate of pay when
assigned to "A" rated machines [Stationary Concrete Plant (Over 34 E); Power Dredge; Concrete Paver; Power Shovel;
 Dragline; Clamshell; Motor Grader (except winter maintenance); Asphalt roller (over 6 tons); Slip-Form Curb Machine;
 Loader (4 1/2 yards & above); Bituminous Spreader & Finisher.]

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operators/Oilers are assigned to work on a Crawler Hoe,
Paver, or Curb Machine, they shall be paid a premium of       $2.047 per hour for all horus on the equipment.

Provided that when Construction Equipment Operator/Oilers are assigned on work on a Cable Crane or Boom Truck,
they shall be paid a premium of                               $2.691 per hour for all hours on the equipment.
HAZ-MAT Certification:
a. In its sold discretion, the Employer may identify up to 20 Construction Equipment Operators, 8 Automotive Mechanics
and all employee's in the positions of Plant Repair Worker, Plant Operator, and Blacksmith to receive an additional
$0.250       per hour for attaining and maintaining a valid HAZ-MAT certification. Opportunities for attaining certification
shall be offered on a seniority basis. Once certified, eligible employees may be assigned to job sits at the discretion
of the Employer. Such assignments shall not replace their permanent assignment. Beginning with the equipment
bid in May, 2003, Mechanics assigned the outside truck shall be required to be Haz-Mat certified. Employees receiving
this premium shall not be eligible for the hourly premiums in section "b".
b. Employees certified and assigned to wear OSHA personal protective equipment, shall receive the following premiums
for all hours actual worked:
    Level A (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level B (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour
    Level C (as defined by OSHA) -                                          ###### per hour

WELDING Certification:
 * The Employer may identify up to 2 Core and 2 Supplemental welding certifications
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith, Plant Repair Worker and Plant Operator shall be eligible for an additional
 $0.374 per hour for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Core certifications.
 * Each Welder, Blacksmith and Plant Repair Worker shall be eligible for an additional              $0.372             per hour
 for attaining and maintaining each of the 2 Supplemental certifications.
 * For supplemental certifications, the Employer shall identify the number of employees it needs certified
 * In order of seniority, employees, up to the number identified by the Employer, shall be compensated
 an additional       $0.372 per hour for each certification attained and maintained

ASE Certification:
Automotive Mechanic, Automotive Mechanic/Auto Body & Foreman, Automotive Mechanic                                  Wage Adjustment

"A":                                                                                                          ASE      $0.372 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any two (2) of the following tests provided and
administered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Medium/Heavy
Truck or Automobile Technician tests, such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"B":                                                                                                  ASE      $0.750 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any four (4) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"C":                                                                                                  ASE       $1.124 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any six (6) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

"D":                                                                                                  ASE      $1.563 /hour
If an employee shows proof of successfully passing any eight (8) of the following tests provided and administered
by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), such employee shall be eligible for a wage adjustment.

                 T1 – Gasoline Engines                                                  A1 – Engine Repair
                 T2 – Diesel Engines                                                    A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
                 T3 – Drive Train                                                       A3 – Manual Drive Train
                 T4 – Brakes                                                            A4 – Suspension and Steering
                 T5 – Suspension and Steering                                           A5 – Brakes
                 T6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems                                     A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
                 T7 – Heating and Air Conditioning                                      A7 – Heating and Air Conditioning
                 T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI)                           A8 – Engine Performance

                 * IUOE member must keep ratings current and must advise the City of any change in status.
                 *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the
                 testing fee for each test successfully completed.
                 * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
                   * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
                   * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
                   * Automotive Mechanics shall not be required to have ASE certifications.
                   * Recognize DOT certification equals 2 ASE certifications.
TUNNEL PAY:
Provided that when Employees are assigned to work performed in an underground tunnel, they shall be paid a premium of$0.412 per hour.

OUTSIDE TRUCK PREMIUM:
                                                                                                            $0.676
Provided that Automotive Mechanics regularly assigned and working on an "outside truck" shall be paid a premium of             per hour on all
compensated hours. Automotive Mechanics temporarily assigned on an “outside truck” shall be paid a premium of
                                                                                                            $0.676             per hour for hours
worked.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY:
Employees working in the classifications of Mechanic, Blacksmith/Welder, Plant Repair Worker, and/or Plant Operator shall be paid a premium of
  $0.401 per hour for all hours worked where a “spotter” or a harness is required to perform the job in a safe manner.
A Foreman, Supervisor or Fire Department employee trained in Confined Space Entry shall establish the requirement and secure the necessary permits.
Time shall be calculated with a on-hour minimum and half-hour increments thereafter.

CRANE CERTIFICATION PREMIUM:
There shall be            $0.624 per hour premium on all compensated hours for 8 crane operators who
have a National CCO Certification. The opportunity for this certification premium shall be offered by seniority.
  * IUOE member must keep certification current and must advise the City of any change in status.
  *City will pay the registration fee for all IUOE members and will reimburse IUOE members the testing fee for
  each test successfully completed and one failed test.
  * City will purchase and provide a library for all IUOE members of all agreed upon study materials.
  * IUOE members will study for the test on their own time.
  * If tests are only offered during an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, they shall test on City time.
  * Construction Equipment Operators shall not be required to have CCO certifications.

*Coveralls shall be provided to the CEO regularly assigned to the Fridley Water Yard.

Provided that when employees are assigned to work the night or weekend
shift, they shall be paid a night/weekend shift differential of $1.212 per hour.

Provided that employees shall receive the following longevity:
      These payments shall be based on a maximum of 80 hours biweekly:
  $0.207 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 10th year of service
  $0.348 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 15th year of service
  $0.412 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 20th year of service
  $0.592 cents per hour additional at the beginning of the 25th year of service

				
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