Chicago Mayor, Firefighters’ Union Sign New Contract, With $95 Million In Back Pay

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Firefighters union have signed a new contract that includes back pay and no reduction in staffing for Nadal. The firefighters contract has been open for a couple of years. So there's some $95 million in back pay included mayor like Foot says the city has been setting aside the money for that. And she's proud that this collective bargaining agreement provides for a second set of bunker gear for firefighters, because when Men and women respond to a fire in the middle of the winter and their clothes get contaminated and they get wet. Another fire could be happening where they've got to respond on the same shift firefighters local to President Jim Phrase, he says They'll be back at the bargaining table next year, but I'm very pleased. Was being able to deal with a person of integrity and she is the mayor agreed to maintain staffing levels until at least 2022 Craig Della more news

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