The Duluth City Council is expected to vote Monday on a tentative contract agreement with the city’s largest collective bargaining unit — American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Local 66 — representing around 450 staff members.

Members of the AFSCME unit already have voted in favor of ratifying the deal, which would provide for a 3% retroactive raise this year and an equal increase again in 2020.

The tentative agreement also would provide paid holidays to seasonal employees, summer uniforms for parking services agents and a monthly $10 bump to reimburse employees enrolled in a wellness program.

If approved by city councilors Monday, the contract should take effect soon.