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In 2016, the. EMPLOYER shall pay to the UNION or its designee $.35/hour for each regular hour spent on compensated payroll status by members of the bargaining unit including hours paid as severance in accordance with the provisions of Article 23. Such employer payment shall be remitted quarterly to the UNION or its designee. Such payment shall be used to provide a dental insurance plan arranged and administered by the UNION. In 2017 the amount will be $.37 and in 2018 the amount will be $.39.
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