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Strongsville mayor calls for end of teachers' strike at state of city, invites both parties to meet

by WEWS-Cleveland Videos 1:59 mins

Strongsville mayor calls for end of teachers' strike at state of city, invites both parties to meet

by WEWS-Cleveland Videos 1:59 mins

The mayor of Strongsville called on the district's teachers' union and school board members to meet Friday, and negotiate a deal to end the teachers' strike that's now in its third week.

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