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City of Hoisington says ‘no’ to renewing IBEC Union contract in place for 75 years

HOISINGTON — The Hoisington City Council Monday night chose not to renew a contract with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 304, which as been effective since Sept. 14, 1942.
The decision was made following a series of three executive session in which the governing body, the city manager, and the city attorney were present for the discussion of confidential matters related to the union contract pursuant to the employer and employee relations exemption of Kansas Open Meetings Act. The council unanimously agreed it will terminate the agreement effective this year, and authorized City Manager Jonathan Mitchell to send ...


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