A deal reached early Monday averted a second walkout and will be voted on this weekend.
Janitors and Twin Cities employers have reached a tentative contract agreement that would raise wages 12.3 percent over four years, union officials said.
The deal was reached shortly after 1 a.m. Monday and averted a second walkout after a one-day strike by janitors last month.
Janitors will vote this weekend on the pact, which has the recommendation of the union's bargaining committee, said Josh Keller, spokesman for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 26.
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