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November 9, 2001 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Contract talks between Ventura County government and the union representing sheriff's deputies are producing little progress, a labor official said Thursday. Negotiators have met three times in the past week but the county has yet to make a specific offer, said Glen Kitzmann, spokesman for the 830-member Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. Kitzmann said he had hoped to take some kind of deal to a meeting of the union's leadership next Tuesday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 2001 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Contract talks between Ventura County government and the union representing sheriff's deputies are producing little progress, a labor official said Thursday. Negotiators have met three times in the past week but the county has yet to make a specific offer, said Glen Kitzmann, spokesman for the 830-member Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. Kitzmann said he had hoped to take some kind of deal to a meeting of the union's leadership next Tuesday.
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October 14, 2001 | TINA DIRMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frustrated by stalled contract talks, the Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. is proposing to establish a strike fund in preparation for a possible walkout--even though county officials warn such a move would be illegal. Association President Glen Kitzmann said union members are so frustrated with the pace of negotiations, which have lingered for months, that they will meet Nov. 13 to discuss an increase in union dues to pay for a strike fund.
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November 1, 2001 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Kitzmann says he'd rather spend his time off tending his garden or watching NASCAR races. But those diversions are on hold for the 44-year-old district attorney's investigator who is working a second shift these days as president of the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Assn. Today Kitzmann will sit down with county government negotiators to resume his 10-month push for a new pay-and-benefits package for 830 sheriff's deputies and investigators.
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November 1, 2001 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Kitzmann says he'd rather spend his time off tending his garden or watching NASCAR races. But those diversions are on hold for the 44-year-old district attorney's investigator who is working a second shift these days as president of the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Assn. Today Kitzmann will sit down with county government negotiators to resume his 10-month push for a new pay-and-benefits package for 830 sheriff's deputies and investigators.
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September 11, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A Superior Court judge on Monday turned down a request by the Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. to take its unresolved labor dispute to a panel of arbitrators. The union, representing 750 sheriff's deputies, had asked Judge Henry J. Walsh to force county government leaders into arbitration after contract talks broke down. But Walsh agreed with the county's assertion that a state law allowing arbitration for public safety employees is unconstitutional.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 14, 2001 | TINA DIRMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frustrated by stalled contract talks, the Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. is proposing to establish a strike fund in preparation for a possible walkout--even though county officials warn such a move would be illegal. Association President Glen Kitzmann said union members are so frustrated with the pace of negotiations, which have lingered for months, that they will meet Nov. 13 to discuss an increase in union dues to pay for a strike fund.
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September 11, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A Superior Court judge on Monday turned down a request by the Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Assn. to take its unresolved labor dispute to a panel of arbitrators. The union, representing 750 sheriff's deputies, had asked Judge Henry J. Walsh to force county government leaders into arbitration after contract talks broke down. But Walsh agreed with the county's assertion that a state law allowing arbitration for public safety employees is unconstitutional.
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