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CJ Dablo/Signal Tribune In the Council Chamber at Long Beach City Hall, advocates in favor of increasing the salaries for food-service workers at the airport and convention center held up yellow signs calling for a “living wage” during the Dec. 17 City Council meeting. The Council voted in favor of asking the city attorney to draft an ordinance that would require airport and convention center concessionaire workers a higher minimum wage consistent with Measure N, a law passed last year by voters to mandate a $13-an-hour wage for workers in hotels with 100 rooms or more.

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