LABOR DEAL HAS YET TO BE REACHED IN MILLVILLE

Work on a new labor deal in Millville hasn’t reached a positive conclusion yet. The biggest union in the city voted down a proposed contract, according to the Daily Journal. The deal would include no pay raise this year, but a two percent bum on July 1, 2012. The contract would have also called for nine furlough days by the workers. The Council 18 union felt that they were making too many concessions. According to the report, the vote was 50 to 12. The two sides will go back into mediation.

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