MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade County employees might be getting a raise if Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has her way.

County workers would see an increase in compensation of 8 percent over the next three years in the latest labor contract negotiations.

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According to the mayor, if ratified, this would represent the best three-year package for Miami-Dade County’s workforce in more than a decade.

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The proposed raises will not be included in the upcoming budget which county commissioners are set to vote on soon.

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Not sure if your property taxes will be going up as a result of this proposal.