Its official: The Boise Police Union has a new contract.
The Boise City Council officially approved the new contract during a special meeting Wednesday morning, following a vote of approval by the members of the Boise Police Union on Monday night.
After months of acrimonious fighting, name-calling and personal attacks, the Boise Police Union has a new contract.
The Boise City Council is set to meet in a special meeting on Wednesday morning to approve the new contract.
Looks like there may be some movement on the long-disputed Boise Police Union contract.
Word has it that union members will be voting tonight on whether to accept the latest contract being offered by the City. If it is accepted, there will be a special Boise City Council meeting tentatively scheduled for Wednesday morning to address the issue.
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