The City of Cambridge is facing the possibility of another strike - this time with its inside workers.
The workers, who are represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1882, could walk off the job at 12:01 a.m. Friday.
- Cambridge ratifies labour agreement with outside workers
- Cambridge's outside workers strike as negotiations break down
Inside workers include bylaw officers, administration staff and building inspectors. It affects approximately 140 staff members.
Talks continue all this week. The city is posting updates to its website.
On its website, the city said it's "willing to stay at the table up to and beyond the deadline date to come to a resolution."
The city said it wants a deal that is fair and equitable for the employees "that also balances our fiscal responsibility to taxpayers."
The city and its outside workers recently ratified an agreement after a six-day strike saw arenas, trails and outdoor rinks shut down.