Unions representing 6,300 city employees smack down Mayor Villar's Labor Deal
As cut and pasted from the Old Gray Hag on Spring Street report, "Villaraigosa and coalition leaders had repeatedly billed the pact as a way to end furloughs. That argument was undermined somewhat by the fact that the vast majority of workers -– including sanitation workers, librarians, landscapers, street light maintenance crews, zookeepers and every employee at the harbor and airports –- have already been spared from taking unpaid days off". So much for the landmark status of this great compromise.
Thus, the former labor organizer from City Terrace, is quickly becoming an afterthought among city employees.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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