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CUPE Local 2262 presents unpublicized offer to City

An August 22 press release from CUPE Local 2262 has indicated that the union local "has sent the City of Castlegar a settlement offer and an invitation to return to the negotiating table for further contract talks. The 34 CUPE 2262 members have been without a contract since February 2013.

Mediated talks broke off in July. The union plans to wait for a reply from city negotiators before issuing further statements on the negotiations.

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