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Ending a three-year-long labor dispute, one of New York City’s longest, Cablevision and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) have reached a collective bargaining agreement. The CWA represents 264 of the MSO’s Brooklyn technicians. Back in December, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge found that Cablevision had bargained in good faith with CWA, but that it violated several labor laws. Go here for more on the saga’s history.

Cablevision and the Communications Workers of America have announced a collective bargaining agreement, marking a breakthrough in of the city’s longest-running labor disputes. It’s the first contract for Cablevision’s more than 250 Brooklyn technical workers, three years after they voted to form a labor union.

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