About a dozen Jacksonville police officers and firefighters voiced their thoughts about the city’s new pension plan at a public hearing Thursday afternoon.
The public-safety employees are not happy with the deal.
The public hearing was the final step before the Police and Fire Pension Board votes on the new plan Friday morning.
Earlier this month, Jacksonville City Council passed the pension bill after years of negotiation. The city will have to pay about $350 million over the next 13 years, and police officers and firefighters will face benefit cuts.