Hours before Baltimore City Council is set to vote on a bill shrinking the amount of time council members need to serve in order to earn a pension, community leaders in the city rallied against the plan.

Baltimore City Council set in motion a plan to change the amount of time city council needed to serve in order to earn a pension. Right now, council members need to serve 12 years in order to earn a pension. A bill before city council on November 21 would change it to 8 years of service.

Jovani Patterson, leader of People for Elected Accountability and Civic Engagement, said the move amounts to "unbridled, brazen greed and corruption" by members of Baltimore City Council.

"The Baltimore City Council Members already earn nearly $100,000 per year for their part-time jobs and are now trying to be ensured a life-long pension on top of that," said Patterson.... Read More: FOX45