Modesto could be paying as much as $13.5 million more for pensions in several years, which could cut into funds needed to provide city services. Much of the pension increases will be borne by the general fund, which primarily pays for public safety.
Modesto could be paying as much as $13.5 million more for pensions in several years, which could cut into funds needed to provide city services. Much of the pension increases will be borne by the general fund, which primarily pays for public safety. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com
Modesto could be paying as much as $13.5 million more for pensions in several years, which could cut into funds needed to provide city services. Much of the pension increases will be borne by the general fund, which primarily pays for public safety. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com

Modesto braces for spike in pension costs

February 04, 2017 03:02 PM

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