Mayor Mike Spano announced the agreement Monday between his administration and the Yonkers Police Benevolent Association, which represents the city’s nearly 500 rank-and-file officers.
The proposed contract, which still has to be ratified by union members and the City Council, would be retroactive to 2009, when the last pact expired.
Cops would see their salaries go up, on average, 2.35 percent over the 10-year contract period, with the city paying retroactive raises gradually over the next five years to soften the financial blow.
The pact would also eliminate a $3,000 reward that new recruits get just for completing training. And it would require officers to take fewer sick days before they qualify for a year-end “incentive” bonus.