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City settles with three unions

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Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:30 am | Updated: 11:50 am, Thu Sep 4, 2014.

The city announced tentative contract settlements last week with three more municipal unions.

Last Friday, Mayor de Blasio’s office announced settlement on 88-month contracts with the United Probation Officers Association and SEIU Local 300, which represents procurement analysts, associate fingerprint technicians, forensic mortuary technicians and others.

The probation officers contract is retroactive to December 2009 and expires in April 2017.

The deal for SEIU Local 300 dates back to February 2011 and runs through June 2018.

On Tuesday de Blasio announced an agreement with school safety agents in Teamsters Local 237.

The settlement includes a proposed settlement of a lawsuit dating back four years that sought pay equity for female school security officers, who alleged that they received $7,000 less per year than male counterparts in similar jobs.

The retroactive contract dates back to September 2010 and expires in March 2018.

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