(LAS VEGAS, KXNT)–Two unions have reached a deal with the city of North Las Vegas to end litigation and a financial crisis.
The word comes from Mayor John Lee after Governor Brian Sandoval brought city officials and union leaders together in his Las Vegas office, telling one of them no on was leaving until there was a deal.
Firefighters Union chief Jeff Hurley later texted his union had come to agreement and tweeted that the Governor did a tremendous job.
All this comes after a court ruled the city owed 25 million in pack pay to city workers, the city said its budget would be short 18 million and offered a 7 million dollar settlement to unions. Looming over all of this, a possible state takeover of the finances of the city.