City and Police Union Survive Negotiations Without Declaring Impasse


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Contrary to their previously reported plans, the City of Portland and the police union survived a morning round of contract negotiations with neither side declaring impasse. That means the talks will remain open to the public for now. But the next round of talks is set for next Friday, Dec. 10. And the union president, Officer Daryl Turner, says the option remains to declare an impasse and ...   More
 
Friday, December 3, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Portland Police Union Announces Tentative Contract Deal With the City


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The Portland Police Association today announced on its website what the union leadership is calling a "tentative contract agreement" with the City of Portland. The announcement says the union's 900 members will learn the terms of the deal next month at two general meetings with Officer Daryl Turner, who heads the police union; and union attorney Will Aitchison. WW published excerpts on Dec. ...   More
 
Monday, December 27, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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