City, Employees Union Reach Preliminary Two-Year DealA new but preliminary two-year agreement between the city of Miami and the general employees union protects workers from furlough days and paycheck-punishing employee pension contributions.
Hialeah Firefighters Rehired Following Last Minute DealMore than a dozen recently laid off Hialeah firefighters have been rehired after a round of last minute negotiations.
Hialeah Firefighter Layoffs Averted, For NowFourteen recently laid off firefighters received good news as they showed up to turn in their equipment at the Hialeah Fire headquarters Thursday afternoon; their jobs are safe, for now.
Hialeah Mayor, Union Pointing Fingers After Firefighter LayoffsIt is the first week of unemployment for 14 Hialeah firefighters.
Hollywood Voters To Decide City's Pension ReformHollywood voters will go to the polls September 13th to decide whether to pass a referendum that will reform police, firefighter and city employee’s pensions.
Miami Firefighters Table Vote On Regalado Recall EffortLate Wednesday night the fire union tabled a scheduled vote on the recall attempt so the leadership could provide more information to the members.
Miami Police And Fire Will Lead Mayor Recall EffortMembers of Miami’s police union will cast the ballots on Tuesday to decide whether or not to spearhead an effort to oust Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado.