Unions for the city of San Diego’s deputy city attorneys and blue-collar workers have signed onto the retiree health care settlement, a spokeswoman for Mayor Jerry Sanders said Wednesday. Previously, the city had declared it was deadlocked with its attorneys’ union.

Now, five out of the six employee unions have agreed to the health care package with the police union, which has filed suit on health care issues, remaining in negotiations. City Council will vote on the package Friday.

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Liam Dillon was formerly a senior reporter and assistant editor for Voice of San Diego. He led VOSD’s investigations and wrote about how regular people...

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