LAS VEGAS -- The union that represents bus drivers and custodians in the Clark County School District tells News 3 it may be on the brink of an agreement with the district.
Representatives of the education support employees association meet tonight to finalize the offer.
A spokesperson says the deal is a "conceptual tentative agreement." He says both sides have "nodded yes," but he would not say what's on the table.
Recently, a consultant recommended outsourcing bus driver and custodian jobs, if the union does not agree to concessions. The school district is struggling to close a $56 million deficit. The union has 6,000 employee members.