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The union representing 95 full time and part time employees have agreed to a new four year contract with the Regional District of the Central Okanagan.

Members voted in favor the new deal, which calls for a modest wage increase in each of the next four years. 

Board Chair Robert Hobson says the new agreement provides competitive wages for the Regional Districts employees. 

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