This is the 17th year for the State of the 6th District in the southeast side of Fort Wayne.
The ordinance would have changed the grievance process if an employee is disciplined or fired.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – City workers, and elected officials, know they’re running out of time to stop an ordinance that would repeal collective … More »
The bill would have ended collective bargaining for non-public safety union employees. The council would need six votes to override the veto. A vote to do that could take place on June 24.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – While collective bargaining could soon be no more for the six non-public safety Fort Wayne city unions, some are … More »
Fort Wayne City Council could possibly face a motion to reconsider a vote on a collective bargaining ordinance which passed at its May 27 meeting.
Fort Wayne city council passed an ordinance that takes away collective bargaining for the six non-public safety city unions with a vote of seven to two. But, one of those “yes” votes – was really more of a procedural move so the measure can be reconsidered in two weeks.
In a 7-2 vote Tuesday night, Fort Wayne City Council approved an ordinance that will remove collective bargaining for some city workers. Council members had three ordinances to vote on Tuesday that would affect collective bargaining rights for most of the city’s union workers.
The outcome of Tuesday night’s City Council vote to repeal collective bargaining for non-public safety union workers brought out strong emotions in the crowd. People felt that their voices weren’t being heard.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)- The Fort Wayne City Council has approved one of the three bills that would eliminate collective bargaining rights for most … More »
“I invite City Council and the public and private sectors to join me to study the collective bargaining issues in the same collaborative and cooperative fashion that has worked so well and from which, today, there is no reason to deviate. “
The fight against ordinances that would end collective bargaining for some Fort Wayne city employees is spreading to unions in the private sector.