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Arbitrator rules in city’s favor on AFSCME pact; union objects
The city of Toledo won an arbitration ruling against its largest union, saving thousands of dollars, but the union promptly asked a judge to vacate the decision. Mayor D. Michael Collins said the dispute between AFSCME Local 7 and the city began under the previous administration, and he hopes it would not sully future relations. The mayor is a former police union president and beat incumbent Mike Bell last year with overwhelming union support.
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