Articles Tagged With ‘binding arbitration’

Carter wants SLO council to appeal judge’s decision

Former San Luis Obispo Councilman Andrew Carter’s letter to the city council: Dear council, What follows is lengthy. I realize that. It covers every nuance I can think of about the decision you face on Monday. As you are aware,... (Continue reading)

State judge tosses SLO ballot measure, restores binding arbitration

A California administrative law judge has overturned the results of a 2011 city of San Luis Obipso election that eliminated binding arbitration for police officers and firefighters. Last week, California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) Judge Valerie Pike Racho voided... (Continue reading)