I mentioned in a post last week that San Diego City Council will be considering the pension reform ballot proposal today.

That is no longer the case.

Mayor Jerry Sanders needs more time to negotiate with two of the three non-public safety unions affected by the reform plan. The Deputy City Attorneys Association signed on to the plan last week.

Both the Municipal Employees Association and Local 127, the blue-collar employees union, have denounced the proposed ballot measure, which is the result of a compromise between Sanders and City Council President Scott Peters.

Sanders will ask City Council to table the proposal until next Tuesday’s meeting, according to Peters spokeswoman Pam Hardy.


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