San Francisco Ballot Propositions Database

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8Composition of Members of Fire Department; Salaries and Vacations11/5/1907P
18Age Limit For Fire Auxiliary System Employees11/15/1910P
28Raising Firemen Pensions11/15/1910P
5Fire Department Company Composition12/10/1912F
17Relief For Aged, Indigent and Infirm Volunteer Fire Department Fireman12/10/1912F
32Substation For Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph and Telephone System in Jefferson Square12/10/1912P
13City Retirement and Pension Plan For Municipal Employees Other Than Police and Fire Employees3/16/1915F
29Salary Increase for Hydrantmen and Firemen on Fire Boats3/16/1915F
18Fireman's Relief Fund11/7/1916P
33Fire Department; Two Tours of Duty11/7/1916P
28Pension of Fire Department and Police Department Members Serving in the Armed Forces11/5/1918P
44Gateman and Hydrantman Positions in the Fire Department11/5/1918F
48Salary Increase for Officers and Members of Fire Department11/5/1918P
41Pensions of Firemen who Retired Prior to January 1, 190011/2/1920P
48Salaries of Officers and Members of Fire Department and Duties of Select Officers11/2/1920P
37Pensions of Policemen and Firemen11/7/1922P
22Salaries of Officers and Members of the Fire Department11/4/1924F
38Pensions for Firemen Who Retired Prior to January 1, 190011/4/1924P
39Composition of Fire Department Companies11/4/1924P
40Salaries of Select Officers and Members of Fire Department11/4/1924P
26Firemen's Pensions11/6/1928P
41Fire Department, Lieutenants11/6/1928F
43Fire Department Employees, Pensions11/6/1928F
2Fire Department Retirement System4/11/1933F
3Fire Marshal and Chief Deputy Fire Marshal4/11/1933F
4Pilots and Marine Engineers on Fireboats to be part of Retirement System4/11/1933F
1Fire Department, Salaries and Hours of Personnel11/8/1938F
2Fire Pensions11/8/1938F
9Fire Department, Salaries11/7/1939P
2Fire Protection6/9/1942P
28Fire and Police Department Salaries11/3/1942P
1Fire Department11/2/1943F
4Fire Department and Salvage Corps Salaries5/16/1944P
5Members of Fire Department Permitted to Work on Days Off5/16/1944P
4Graduated Pay Schedule for Fire and Police11/6/1945P
4Graduated Pay Schedule and Hours of Work Adjustments for Fire and Police11/5/1946P
7Fire and Police Forces11/5/1946P
11Fixing Salaries for Fire and Police Departments11/4/1947P
12Chief of Fire Department to Appoint a Deputy Chief11/4/1947P
NPolice and Fire Departments, Retirement System11/2/1948P
DRetirement Allowances, Fire Department11/8/1949P
FCompensation, Members of Fire Department6/6/1950F
ACompensation, Fire and Police Departments11/7/1950P
ACompensations, Fire and Police Department11/6/1951F
LDisability Benefits, Police and Fire Departments11/6/1951P
AFire and Police Salaries6/3/1952P
HFirehouse Bonds, $4,750,00011/4/1952P
IFire Department Industrial Disability Benefits11/4/1952P
KFire Department Supervisor of Personnel11/4/1952F
OFire Prevention Bureau, Personnel, Civil Service11/4/1952P
JFire Prevention Appeal and Advisory Board11/3/1953P
KPromotional Examination Credits; Police and Fire Departments11/3/1953P
LFireboat Personnel Assignments11/3/1953P
LUniform Allowances; Fire and Police Department11/8/1955F
MTours of Duty and Ranks in Fire Department11/8/1955P
FRetirement and Death Benefit Provisions; Members of the Fire Department11/6/1956P
JRetirement and Death Allowances; Fire Department11/5/1957F
FRates of Compensation of Chief and Deputy Chief of Fire Department6/3/1958F
HCompensation of Retired Members of Police and Fire Department for Services as Expert Witnesses11/4/1958P
PRetirement and Survivor Benefits; Fire Department members11/4/1958F
JRetirement Benefits of Operating Engineers, Fire Department11/3/1959F
DPolice & Fire Compensation6/5/1962P
FSuspension Procedures; Police & Fire Departments11/6/1962P
FPolice and Fire Parity Pay11/5/1963P
JPolice and Fire Department , Death Benefit of Retired Members11/5/1963P
CFire Department Bonds $4,890,00011/3/1964P
CBureau Fire Prevention and Public Safety11/8/1966P
ELongevity Pay, Overtime, Night, Police & Fire11/8/1966F
KArbitration Board Establish Fire Department11/8/1966F
MIncrease Members Fire Commission11/8/1966F
QRetirement System Provisions; Police, Fire11/8/1966F
FRates of Compensation Police and Fire11/7/1967P
MAdvisory Arbitration of Disputes, Fire Commission11/7/1967F
PVietnam Cease Fire11/7/1967F
LAge Requirements Fire Department6/4/1968P
ORetirement Benefit, Fire and Police Departments6/4/1968P
DPolice, Fire Department Administration11/4/1969F
GPolice, Fire Promotional Examinations11/4/1969F
NUnderwriter's Fire Patrol Retirement Credit11/4/1969P
CFire Protection Systems Improvement Bonds $5,767,0006/2/1970F
EFire Department Pay and Work Time6/2/1970F
GWorking Benefits, Police and Fire Departments11/3/1970F
JVietnam War Cease Fire11/3/1970P
DFire Protection Systems Improvement Bonds $8,491,00011/2/1971P
JPolice and Fire Benefits, Board of Supervisors11/2/1971F
PWidows, Firefighter, Non-Worker Related Death11/2/1971P
DProbation Period, Entrance Firemen, One Year6/6/1972P
HPolice and Fire Department, Death Allowances6/6/1972P
IEqual Compensation, Police Sergeant and Fire Lieutenant6/6/1972P
JRetirement Benefits, Police and Fire Departments6/6/1972F
NPolice and Fire Retirement Benefits11/7/1972P
QFive member Police, Fire, Civil Service Commissions11/7/1972F
HFireboat Pilots and Engineers Retirement11/6/1973P
FFirefighter list E-256/4/1974P
GFire Department, reorganization, Commission Powers6/4/1974P
AFire Protection Bonds $4,000,00011/5/1974P
GFire Department, widows pensions; married after fireman's11/5/1974P
HPolice and Fire Retirement Allowance11/5/1974P
MFire and Police Retirement benefits11/5/1974P
DPolice, Fire, Civil Service Commissions, five (5) members, one (1) woman11/4/1975P
ODismiss Police and Firemen Who Strike11/4/1975P
PPolice and Fire Pay, Equal to Wages In Cities Over 350,00011/4/1975P
QFire Department Work Schedules 14 Hour Maximum11/4/1975P
RPolice and Fire Departments Binding Arbitration11/4/1975F
SPolice and Fire Salaries Match 5 California Cities11/4/1975F
GPolice and Fire Salaries6/8/1976P
BFire Protection Bonds, $6,000,00011/8/1977P
MFire Department Promotional Exams11/8/1977P
CFire Department Work Week Schedules 48.7 Hours6/6/1978P
APolice and Fire Collective Bargaining Binding Arbitration11/6/1979F
FFirefighters Work Schedules, 24 Hour Shifts6/3/1980P
ESalaries, Police, Fire, Reduction Protection11/4/1980P
FRetirement Benefits, Police and Fire, Buy Out11/4/1980P
GRetirement Benefits, Police and Fire, Vesting11/4/1980P
HFire Protection Services11/4/1980F
IChanges Method Police and Fire Salaries are Set11/8/1983F
JTime and 1/2 (One - Half) Overtime Pay for Firefighters11/8/1983P
CLongevity Pay, Firefighters with ten (10), fifteen (15), and twenty (20) Years6/5/1984F
ABonds, Fire Protection Improvements $46,200,00011/4/1986P
IPolice and Fire Pay, Changes After Annual Survey11/4/1986P
JNo Maximum Ages for Police and Fire Entry or Retirement11/4/1986P
QMinimum Firefighter Staffing, Stations, Budget11/3/1987F
JPolice and Firefighter Pension Benefits11/8/1988P
EPolice and Fire Retirement Benefits11/7/1989P
FMinimum Firefighter Staffing6/5/1990F
HFire Inspector and Engineer Retirement Benefits6/5/1990P
DPolice and Fire Bargaining and Arbitration11/6/1990P
CFire Department Bonds $40,800,00011/3/1992P
DPolice and Fire Early Retirement11/2/1993F
FPolice and Fire Retirement Benefit Modifications11/2/1993F
TDeputy Fire Chiefs11/2/1993P
DFirefighter Retirement Benefits11/5/1996P
IPolice and Firefighter Personnel Policies11/5/1996F
CPolice and Firefighter Retirement Benefits11/4/1997F
BFirefighter and Police Retirement Benefits11/2/1999P
HPolice and Firefighters Retirement Benefits11/5/2002P
EPolice and Fire Survivor Benefits11/2/2004P
FNeighborhood Firehouses11/8/2005P
HFirearm Ban11/8/2005P
5To incur bonded debt for the construction and completion of a fire and police signal system.12/20/1912P

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