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Pilgrim, union sign 4-year pact; lockout ends

Union workers at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth approved a new four-year contract Sunday, ending a monthlong lockout and three months of bitter negotiations, officials said.

Local 369 of the Utility Worker Union of America voted, 141 to 67, to ratify the contract, which is effective retroactive to May 16, when the previous contract ended, according to Dan Hurley, the union’s president. The details of the agreement were not immediately available Sunday afternoon, although Entergy Corp., the Louisiana-based owner of the plant, said that it included guaranteed wage increases, a company-matching 401(k) plan, and other benefits.

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