Montana Supreme Court will not rehear wage dispute between Billings police and city

BILLINGS – The Montana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that it would not rehear arguments in a wage dispute between Billings police officers and the city.

The high court’s decision sends the case back to the district court for further review.

A judge in Park County District Court previously ordered the city of Billings to pay $2.7 million to police, agreeing with the officers that their longevity pay had been calculated incorrectly.