Contract extended for YSU non-teaching employees

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown State University Spokesperson Ron Cole said Friday that the contract for classified, or non-teaching, employees at the school has been extended through September 30th.

That agreement was reached at least a week ago.

The contract for non-teaching employees was originally set to expire today. However, the faculty contract expires Sunday.

Classes remain on schedule to start Wednesday.

Yesterday, president Jim Tressel met with faculty members for a closed door session to talk about their concerns.

Contract negotiations did not come up. Tressel is not part of the university’s bargaining team.

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