Concord School Board, secretaries’ union strike new agreement
The Concord School Board and the union representing the district’s secretaries have struck a new agreement that will cost about $54,000 over three years.
Representatives from the Board and the Concord Educational Office Professionals Association signed the new three-year agreement last week.
The union represents 39 people, according to the district’s director of human resources, Larry Price. Those members will see 1 percent increases added to their base pay each year over the life of the contract.
The contract took eight people about six months to negotiate, Price said.
It will expire June 30, 2015.