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MOUNT WASHINGTON — After months of debate, discussion and disagreements, the Mount Washington City Council approved an ordinance Monday evening that, if approved by the state, will make hazardous duty retirement benefits available to all of its officers.
According to state regulations, as of Sept. 1, 2008, any state agency wishing to designate a new-hire’s position as hazardous duty must petition through the state to have that position approved.
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