UPDATE: In a unanimous vote, the Chattanooga City Council voted to reach a settlement deal with 31 current and former city police officers who filed a class action lawsuit, after they say they didn't receive pay raises put in place by the previous police administration. 

The total owed is $454,405.50.

According to city attorney Phil Noblett, each individual will receive a different amount.

"I think the most expensive I think had was $77,000,” Noblett said.

The three Chattanooga Police Officers who initially filed the suit say they were owed back pay and retirement.

According to the complaint, six of the officers will receive a combined total of $252,000, leaving the rest for the other 25 involved.

"And those determinations had to be made by looking at what the pay range was during an eight or nine year period,” Noblett said.

One of the names on the list is current Chattanooga Police Chief David Roddy.

According to Noblett, Chief Roddy could receive around $500 from the settlement.

Councilmen Ken Smith tells Channel 3, " I’m happy to finally come to a resolution in this case that stems from promises made back in 2010, regarding pay raises for certain rankings of CPD officers."

According to Noblett, he says the settlement should be paid off within the next couple of weeks.

ORIGINAL STORY: Tuesday night, the city council will vote to authorize a settlement for a class action lawsuit that was filed by more than two dozen current and former members of the Chattanooga Police Department.

The lawsuit, filed in Hamilton County Chancery Court in September of 2016, seeks back pay and retirement claims for the 31 plaintiffs.

The following people are the plaintiffs listed in the lawsuit: Nicholas Allen, Scott Avila, Barry Burns, Eddy Chamberlin, Tammy Cook, Corliss Cooper, Kirk Eidson, Ponda Bailey Foster, Scott Fulghum, Jerome Halbert, Toby Hewitt, Shawn Hickey, Nealie Hogg, Jason Irvin, Zachary McCullough, Edwin McPherson, Brian Moseley, William K. Neblette, Kimberly Louise Noorbergen, Randy Noorbergen, David Roddy, Brian P. Rodgers, Glenn A. Scruggs, II, Mark Smeltzer, Jerri Sutton, Eric Tucker, Danna Vaughn, Nathan Vaughn, Daniel Welles, Tommy Woods, and David Woosley.

The council will vote on whether or not to approve the settlement, which totals $454,405.50.

Here is the entire lawsuit filed against the city of Chattanooga:

The council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.

Channel 3 will have a crew inside the meeting to bring you the latest.

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