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CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS

The collective bargaining committee of the Association has been offered a Last, Best and Final Offer contract proposal by OCA.

Our Bylaws (Section 12) state:

“There shall be for the purposes of collective bargaining a committee representing each bargaining title in negotiations to be chosen by the Board of Directors, which committee shall make recommendations to the Board of Directors on proposed bargaining agreements.”

The bargaining committee has recommended rejection.

Article VI of our Constitution states:

“The management and affairs of this organization shall be under the control of the Board of Directors and subject to a two-thirds (2/3) override vote of the membership present at a meeting called for that purpose; however, collective bargaining agreements shall further be approved by a mail ballot of the general membership, after they receive full disclosure of the terms of the proposed contract at a General Membership Meeting called for such purpose — mail ballot to go out within one week of such meeting, unless directed otherwise by the Board of Directors, due to force of circumstance. After a recommendation by the Board of Directors, a proposed bargaining agreement shall be voted on by the general membership. A majority vote of the general membership shall be required for ratification.” 

These provisions require that the proposed contract be voted on by the membership regardless of whether the recommendations of the Bargaining Committee or the Board of Directors are to accept or reject the proposed bargaining agreement. The Board of Directors has not yet rendered a recommendation. I will schedule a meeting of the Board of Directors for that purpose.

I will also schedule a general membership meeting as soon as can be arranged in January in order to comply with our Constitution. 

Please note that all relevant documents are posted on our web site. 

Fraternally, 

Pam Browne
President
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Pamela Browne
President

Christopher DePietto
Second Vice President

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First Vice President

Lawrence Russo
Secretary

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