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Published on Sunday, November 17, 2013

Will County union workers expected to hit picket lines

Will County officials say the county budget is tight, and they can’t afford to offer more to union workers than they already have.

The two sides can’t agree on cost of living raises and insurance premium payments for the workers.

AFSCME represents more than 1,200 employees in the county court system, health department, highway department, Sunny Hill Nursing Home, county jail, and in the offices of the sheriff, coroner, recorder, assessor, clerk, chief judge, circuit clerk, executive and state’s attorney.

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