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DETROIT MAYOR ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH CITY EMPLOYEES

DETROIT MAYOR ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH CITY EMPLOYEES
 DETROIT, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Mayor Coleman A. Young said today the city has reached tentative agreement on a contract with city employees represented by the Detroit Building Trades Council.
 The union represents some 470 carpenters, plumbers and other tradesmen who are city employees.
 The mayor said the package provides for 36 paid hours per week for members of the building trades, resulting in a 10-percent reduction in costs for the new fiscal year. Other details will not be released pending a ratification vote, he said.
 "This tentative agreement shows we are continuing to make progress in coming up with realistic agreements that help protect jobs in the context of a package the city can afford," the mayor said. "It is the latest example of the constructive response our workers are making to the need for us to tighten our belt during very difficult economic times."
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 /CONTACT: Bob Berg of the mayor's office, 313-224-1544/ CO: City of Detroit; Detroit Building Trades Council ST: Michigan IN: SU: CON


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