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A new ordinance approved yesterday now makes the City of Watsonville the first in the Monterey Peninsula to have a union-backed agreement for certain public works projects.   The law will require a union-negotiated project labor agreement, other wise known as a PLA, on projects over $600,000.   Supporters of the ordinance say local residents would benefit in regards to increased opportunities, like apprenticeships, while opponents say it would put non union contractors and workers at a disadvantage.    

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