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The University and the libraries union reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year labor contract Monday night, more than a month after the last contract was set to expire.

After six straight hours, negotiations ended around 8 p.m., according to Karen McAninch '74, the union's bargaining agent.

She said the union's bargaining team was not totally satisfied with language relating to a commitment to preserve union work, but was content with the resolution of compensation issues.

McAninch said she did not want to share the specifics of the agreement before the members formally vote on the contract at their meeting today at 2 p.m.

She said the bargaining committee will recommend that members accept the deal.

"It's really for the members to decide at this point," she said.

The tentative agreement is contingent on the union's acceptance by this Wednesday, McAninch said.


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