Contract Talks in Limbo Again

Contract talks between the City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Police Officers Association are in limbo, once again.

The union offered six meeting dates for negotiations to continued. The first was set for January 28th, but union members won’t go back to the negotiating table as long as the city’s lawsuit challenging the so-called “Evergreen Clause” continues.

A District Court Judge tossed out the lawsuit in early December, but the city has filed a notice of appeal with the courts.

Union reps say they will not negotiate under the threat of a lawsuit.



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