Title: Letter indicating that Labor Unions would be supporting legislation
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Title: Letter indicating that Labor Unions would be supporting legislation
Alternate Title: Letter indicating that Labor Unions would be supporting legislation for compulsory binding arbitration in public employees related matters and recommending that SWFWMD should express that it would not be in SWFWMD's best interest
Physical Description: 1p.
Language: English
Publication Date: Feb. 7, 1977
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 3D ( LEGISLATION - BOX 3, FOLDER 3 ), Item 185
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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S ooutvhest FP rida
(9 Water Managenment District
E 5060 U.S. HIGHWAY 41, SOUTH BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512
19 6 V PHONE (904) 796-7211

GEA 1\ DERRILL McATEER, Chairman, Brooksville THOMAS VAN DER VEER, Secretary, Yankeetown RONALD B. LAMBERT, Wauchula
GEM J. R. GRAW, Vice Chairman, Ocala S.C. BEXLEY, JR., Land O'Lakes ROBERT MARTINEZ, Tampa
JOE E. HILL, Treasurer, Leesburg N. BROOKS JOHNS, Lakeland LEWIS H. HOMER, Clearwater
Donald R. Feaster, Executive Director



February 7, 1977
SFEB 8 1977


L. M. Blain, Esquire
Post Office Box 1363
Tampa, Florida 33601

Re: Compulsory Binding Arbitration

Dear Buddy:

At a recent Labor Relation Seminar attended by District staff members,
there was indication that the Labor Unions would be supporting legislation
for compulsory binding arbitration in public employees related matters.
This would take the form of an amendment to the Public Employees
Relation Act under Chapter 447, Florida Statutes.

It is felt that Compulsory Binding Arbitration would not be in the
District's best interest and our position should be expressed at an
early stage.

Thus, I will try to keep a watch on any new legislation proposed along
these lines. Also, your efforts in expressing this position through
your contacts and the persons working in and around the legislature
would be of assistance.

Very truly yours,



JAY T. A ERN,
Staff Attorney

JTA:dr

cc: Herb Glass, Employee Relations Division Director




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