Pa. fire union, city deal stalled in overtime, sick leave negotiation
Issue had appeared to be headed for a resolution on March 10 with each side saying they had given concessions
By Charlie Lardner
The York Dispatch
YORK CITY, Pa. — York City and the union representing its firefighters remain at an impasse on an agreement to reduce sick leave and the resulting overtime costs.
During a Tuesday presentation to city council's fire committee, York City Mayor Kim Bracey and fire chief Steven Buffington said a tentative agreement reached with the union earlier in the month has not been signed.