UPDATE: See also this Washington Post story on the decision.
UPDATE 2 (6/12): The village ratified the agreement 3-1 last night. Also today, the new "day laborer" center for the village opened. According to this Newsday story:
The workers will be invited to assemble inside a chapel of the Strait Gate Church, and a lottery system will be used to assign them to contractors who drive into the parking lot looking for laborers.
Classes in English, job safety and health also will be available.
"We believe this will be a great day to begin a lifelong process of coming together and sharing our different cultures," said Bishop Wayne Powell of the Strait Gate Church.