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Green Bay police contract deadlock goes to arbitration

July 18 hearing will resolve city vs. union dispute

7:25 AM, Apr. 9, 2013
Green Bay police officers, shown during a roll call at headquarters, could see their union contract decided by an arbitrator scheduled to hear the contract dispute this summer.
Green Bay police officers, shown during a roll call at headquarters, could see their union contract decided by an arbitrator scheduled to hear the contract dispute this summer.
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When an arbitrator considers Green Bay's contract standoff with union police officers, he will find the sides far apart on many issues, including the length of the contract.

The city wants the stability that would come from a four-year contract, but the union says an uncertain economy makes a two-year deal more logical.

An arbitrator for the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission has scheduled a July 18 hearing to decide the stalemate between City Hall and the 160-member Green Bay Professional Police Association. ...

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