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DC 33 President Pete Matthews. (credit: Mike Dunn/KYW)

City Workers’ Union Reports Some Signs Of Progress In Long-Stalled Contract Talks With Mayor

These were the first face-to-face negotiations between the Nutter Administration and District Council 33, the 10,000 member blue collar city workers union, in about a year.

02/21/2014

DC 33 President Pete Matthews at the mic. (Credit: Tim Jimenez/KYW Newsradio)

Long-Stalled Contract Talks To Resume Between Mayor, City Workers’ Union

DC 33 chief Pete Matthews called for face-to-face negotiations — the first since January 2013 — and vowed to work around the clock to get a deal done. For his part, Mayor Nutter said he welcomes the resumption of talks.

02/21/2014

(credit: Jericka Duncan)

Thousands Attend Labor Day Celebrations, Local Leaders Cite Need For Unions

Philadelphia’s annual Labor Day parade and picnic drew a large and mixed crowd — celebrating the movement that gave the holiday its name.

09/05/2011