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Police won't strike during Salt Lake Olympics


April 04, 2001
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Police won't strike during Salt Lake Olympics

By Derek Jensen Deseret News staff writer
March 30, 2001, Friday
Copyright 2001 The Deseret News Publishing Co.
The Deseret News (Salt Lake City, UT)
March 30, 2001, Friday

(SALT LAKE CITY) - Police say they won't strike during the Olympics, but the inability of the police association and mayor to agree on a contract means both sides could be back at the bargaining table duking it out when the Olympics are in town next year.

The City Council could approve a one- or multi-year compensation package. If the council opts for a one-year deal, negotiations for the following year's contract would begin Jan. 15 -- almost one month before the the Winter Games begin, and a time when several international media and visitors will probably already be in Salt Lake City looking for entertainment.

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