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Quincy Public School's union votes not to strike, will accept new tentative agreement

Hundreds of Quincy Public School Union members poured into the IFT office Wednesday to cast their vote regarding changes with contract negotiations.

Hundreds of Quincy Public School Union members poured into the IFT office Wednesday to cast their vote regarding changes with contract negotiations.

Union President Jen Drew was unavailable for comment Wednesday, but in a comment on Facebook she said, "I'm happy to report the four year proposal was accepted by all subgroups and there will not be a strike"

She told KHQA Tuesday night when voting began that union membership would wait until the following week to strike.

"On Monday and Tuesday we'll be focusing our efforts on the large buildings in the district," Drew told KHQA Tuesday night. "Everyone would be reporting to the high school and the junior high buildings. that's what it will look like."

Quincy Public School President Sayeed Ali says he is thankful for the understanding and willingness of the union to work with the board.



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