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Aldermen Burke, Reilly Call On LIbrary Employees To Forgo Raises To Reopen Libraries On Mondays

Aldermen Edward Burke and Brendan Reilly wrote a letter to AFSCME Council 31 executive director Henry Bayer that suggested the labor union forgo a proposed 3.5 percent pay raise this year. They said doing so could restore most of the jobs lost by library employees and reopen libraries on Mondays. [ more › ]
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