San Diego has reached tentative agreements with its employee unions on a retiree health care plan that will save the city more than $700 million over the next 25 years, according to Mayor Jerry Sanders.

The plan requires employees for the first time to contribute to the retiree medical costs and allows the City Council to change the agreement if finances worsen, according to a statement from the mayor.

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