It is more of the same as Homewood’s library staff tries to get its first contract with the library board. The employees, who have joined the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), ratified the contract May 15, but the document was never shared with the Homewood Public Library board of trustees. At the board meeting on Wednesday, July 17, board president Adrienne River said the board’s attorney “has asked repeatedly” for a signed copy of the ratified contract. Cameron Day, AFSMCE’s representative for the library employees, told the Chronicle by . . .
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