The Greenfield School District and the union representing custodial employees have agreed to terms on two 2-year contracts.
The 25 custodian and maintenance employees will get a 2 percent raise in exchange for concessions on health care, meaning the actual take-home pay will be less than 2 percent, school officials said. The group also agreed to a cap on retirement benefits.
The contracts are for the 2010-12 and 2012-14 years.
School Board President Pam Sierzchulski said it was a "win-win" for the district.
"They understand there are funding problems in the district," she said. "They're happy to be part of the solution."
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