Six employees fired by the city of Manchester the day after the election, now have their jobs back.
Late Wednesday afternoon, the attorney for the city announced the six have been reinstated.
The lawyer for the employees says this is good news for his clients, but it does not mean the fight is over.
“It doesn't completely end the case. We will certainly moderate our claims. Our real hope in the political retaliation case given that we name the mayor individually is that whatever money is received in the case comes from her pocket personally,” Ned Pillersdorf said.
The city's attorney says those six workers will not miss any paychecks.