Hollywood cut pension benefits in 2011. Eight years later, they’re being restored.

Slashed pay and extreme pension cuts caused a rift between Hollywood and its police and firefighters that has lasted almost a decade.

Hollywood took steps to end the feud with the city’s firefighters on Wednesday, a month after mending fences with police.

A plan that would restore pension benefits at an estimated cost of $2.6 million a year won unanimous commission approval. A final vote will take place on March 20.

“Long overdue,” Commissioner Peter Hernandez said before Wednesday’s vote.

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