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BY COUNCILOR HARTMAN                                (FINANCE)

13-0365R – RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF DULUTH AND LOCAL 66 OF AFSCME COUNCIL 5 FOR THE YEARS 2013-2015. — PASSED

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Nurses union reaches deal with St. Luke’s | Duluth News Tribune | Duluth, Minnesota

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Nurses union reaches deal with St. Luke’s News Tribune staff    The Minnesota Nurses Association announced late Tuesday that Duluth nurses came to a tentative contract agreement with St. Luke’s hospital that would raise wages 4.5 percent. The three-year agreement would … Continue reading

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Former Minnesota corrections officer pleads guilty to sex charges

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Former Minnesota corrections officer pleads guilty to sex charges A former Minnesota corrections officer charged with having sex with a female inmate pleaded guilty to two felonies Monday. By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune A former Minnesota corrections officer … Continue reading

Police union contract approved through 2015 | News | Middleton News

City officers to receive incremental pay bumps annually

The Common Council and the Wisconsin Professional Police Association Local 427 came to an agreement last week on contracted pay increases for officers for the next three years (including 2013).

According to the contract, Middleton officers will receive salary increases of:

1 percent in 2013

2 percent in 2014

3 percent in 2015

Police unions were excluded from last year’s Act 10, a controversial legislative move that took bargaining power from most unions.

via Police union contract approved through 2015 | News | Middleton News.

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In this morning’s news: MEAP scores, right to work lawsuit, Detroit’s finances | Michigan Radio

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Politics & Government 6:49 AM TUE FEBRUARY 12, 2013 In this morning’s news: MEAP scores, right to work lawsuit, Detroit’s finances Enlarge image Credit User: Brother O’Mara / flickr MEAP scores show improvement “State education officials say they’re excited by rising … Continue reading