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City reaches agreement with one police union

By Milton J. Valencia and Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / January 23, 2009

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The city and the union representing police superior officers have tentatively approved a labor contract that will freeze officers' wages in the next fiscal year, the first agreement Mayor Thomas M. Menino has secured in his plea to have unions concede salary increases as an alternative to layoffs. (Full article: 666 words)

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