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|Thursday, July 01, 2010|
A city council vote on a proposed contract with Portland city recreation workers turned into a heated fight about overtime pay yesterday.
The three-year agreement with Laborers’ Local 483 was the first of seven city contracts to expire on Wednesday, but was pushed back to a final vote in two weeks.
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