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Furthermore, special meetings of two County Board committees plus a financial cost analysis of a prospective union agreement would have to be done before the full board could vote on a union deal, said Supervisor Joe Sanfelippo, chairman of the County Board's Personnel Committee.
Even more crucially, the county and the union do not yet have a tentative agreement, County Board Chairman Lee Holloway said Monday.
"Although District Council 48 voted on a number of concessions over the weekend, the terms of this package differ from what the county's negotiating team was authorized to achieve," Holloway said in a statement. "DC 48 has only approved its own offer to settle."
So whom did the union negotiate with? Sounds more like they were dictating. Maybe that is how they are used to negotiating.