Midpen Open Space and Rangers’ Union Consider First Responder-Friendly Retirement Plan | Local News

Negotiations for a pension plan for rangers in the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District have stalled after their task force said district management refused to reclassify staff into a new pension plan it says , adequately covers labor risks.

Alexander Hapke, president of the Midpeninsula Rangers Peace Officers Association, said the council had not discussed with the workers’ group a proposed public safety pension plan, which he said is needed for the 27 rangers patrolling approximately 65,000 acres in the Santa Cruz Mountains. and the San Mateo County coast.

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