PRINCETON, MN — The Princeton School District has settled contracts with two of its bargaining units, including the Princeton Custodians Association, according to the Princeton Union-Eagle.
Under the new contract, custodians will receive 1.5 percent wage increases during both the first and second years of the contract, which will run through the end of the 2012-2013 school year, the article stated.
According to the article, custodians are receiving a $150 allowance for shoes payable after their probationary period expires.
Custodians will receive a higher rate of pay if put on a temporary assignment that exceeds four days, the article noted.
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