Courthouse officers to vote on contract
GENEVA – Kane County’s courthouse security officers and county officials could be nearing a deal to avert a strike in the long-running fight over a new labor deal.
Today, the security officers will gather to vote on a contract proposal from the county government that a lawyer representing the officers’ union said marked an improvement from earlier offers.
“It’s not going to get us where we should be,” said attorney Tim O’Neil, representing the Policeman’s Benevolent Labor Committee union. “But it’s a start.”
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