(Las Vegas, NV) – A tentative deal has been reached on a new three-year contract between Clark County and its firefighters. The agreement eliminates longevity pay for new workers, and freezes cost-of-living increases for the first two years. County officials estimate they will save about $25-million each year. The firefighters union and the county commission are expected to ratify the new deal next month.
County Firefighters Reach Contract Deal
March 26, 2012 4:24 AM
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