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mlive.com: Grandville Police officers will pay more for their health insurance, see small raises

Grandville City Council on Monday voted 6-1 to ratify a three-year labor deal with its union of rank-and-file police officers. Among the changes: cops in October will start paying 10 percent of their health insurance premium and, after a freeze the first year, wages will increase 1 percent and 2 percent the next two years.