Twin Cities janitors accept new contract
The Twin Cities janitors union voted Saturday on a new three-year contract. The contract lowers-cost health insurance, more full-time jobs and higher wages, according to the union.
The vote was â€œoverwhelming,â€? a spokeswoman for the union said. The union represents more than 4,200 janitors.
The janitors' contract expired more than a month ago and members authorized a strike three weeks ago.