MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Overnight, negotiators for cafeteria workers in St. Paul Schools said they reached a tentative agreement with the school district.

The Teamsters Local 320 union wrote on its Facebook page, “After a 16-hour-long meditation session, we have reached a tentative agreement. Details will be coming out later today after the group gets some much needed rest!”

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Earlier this month, the cafeteria workers had voted to authorize a strike. They wanted all cafeteria workers to be at least $15 an hour next school year.

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The district wanted to wait until 2020 to raise the minimum wage to that level.

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The district employs about 300 nutrition workers and just over 100 of them make less than $15 an hour.