SAN FRANCISCO - Vallejo, Calif., has tentatively agreed to contract changes with its police union, the first breakthrough in months of negotiations on a plan for the city to exit bankruptcy.

The City Council will vote on the revised collective bargaining agreement today. The Vallejo Police Officers Association voted on the contract over the weekend and the results will be announced at today's meeting. The deal was detailed in a staff report attached to the agenda for the council meeting.

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