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Wayne County approves 12% pay raise for CSEA supervisory unit; stalemate continues with deputies’ union

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The Wayne County Board of Supervisors has approved a three-year contract with the Civil Service Employees Association’s (CSEA) Supervisory Employee Unit, entailing a 12% salary increase spread over the term.

Rick House, the County’s Administrator, told The Finger Lakes Times that the agreement, effective Jan. 1, 2024, includes annual wage augmentations of 4%, along with additional increments based on longevity.


The unit, representing 67 supervisory roles across different departments, ratified the contract with a majority of 97% on Sept. 6.

Additionally, the deal stipulates a 1% salary hike for 2023 under the existing agreement and a sign-on bonus of $500 and $200 for full-time and part-time employees respectively.

While this agreement has been settled, negotiations with the union representing the road patrol members of the sheriff’s office are still at an impasse. These members are represented by the Teamsters. Despite ongoing discussions, a consensus on the contract has not been reached.

Further negotiations are scheduled, aiming to resolve the disparities and finalize an agreement.