The Angle

6/9/2010

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An agreement
is reached

by Andrew Ryan
A divisive, long-running labor dispute between the City of Boston and its firefighters came to a dramatic end late last night when the two parties agreed to a deal that extends a new contract to five years and includes a series of financial trade-offs. After months of controversy, neither side ended up completely ahead.
(Globe staff photo)Edward A. Kelley, president of the Boston firefighters union, after the agreement was reached.

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