Miamisburg rejects fact-finder’s report in dispute with largest union

The city of Miamisburg has rejected a fact-finder’s report in a contract dispute with its largest union.

The recommendations and report involving the city’s dealings with the Teamsters Local 957 were shot down 6-0 by Miamisburg City Council with Mike McCabe absent from Friday’s vote.

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Local 957, the collective bargaining unit for Miamisburg workers not associated with the police department, is the city’s largest union with 31 members, records show.

Its three-year contract with the city expired Dec. 31, records show.

The city declined to comment on the issue, as did fact-finder Christopher E. Miles of Pennsylvania. Attempts to reach union officials have been unsuccessful.


The city’s contracts with its two police unions — which records show represent 33 employees combined — began Jan. 1. The patrol officers’ union deal expires at the end of 2018 and the sergeants’ agreement at the end of 2019.

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