LAS VEGAS -- Leaders from the City of North Las Vegas say they have reached tentative agreements with all four unions that were involved in a dispute with the city.
North Las Vegas Mayor John J. Lee announced the final deal with the police supervisors union late Thursday afternoon.
The City of North Las Vegas was facing a deadline to balance its budget by April 15 or possibly be taken over by the state. The mayor says with these agreements in place that possibility is now gone.
The city announced a deal with the police officers union earlier in the afternoon.
Police union president Mike Yarter said it was a last minute deal and described it as "hard fought negotiations." He also said he was "very happy" with the deal. The details of the agreement will be released to the union's members soon.