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  • June 24, 2019

City of Fresno Makes Its Proposed Project Labor Agreement Available to Public After Gentle Nudge from Coalition for Fair Employment in Construction


The Project Labor Agreement and associated "Targeted Hiring Policy" on the June 27, 2019 Fresno City Council agenda appeared this morning on the city council's website, after a gentle nudge from the Coalition from Fair Employment in Construction. See the nudge below.

Also, see the agenda item, with documents now included for public review: Approve the Fresno Yosemite International Airport Expansion Project Labor Agreement.


From: Eric Christen
Subject: Why is your PLA for the Fresno Airport not posted?
Date: June 24, 2019 at 9:06:04 AM PDT
To: <District1@fresno.gov>, <District2@fresno.gov>, <District3@fresno.gov>, <District4@fresno.gov>, <District5@fresno.gov>, <District6@fresno.gov>, <District7@fresno.gov>, <Brenda.Rapada@fresno.gov>, <Lindsay.Barsamian@fresno.gov>, <Laura.Rios@fresno.gov>, <Tim.Orman@fresno.gov>, <Kathy.Wilson@fresno.gov>
Cc: <xxx@fresnobee.com>, <xxx@fresnobee.com>


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Council Members and Mayor,

You’re voting Thursday to radically alter the way you conduct business in Fresno and the tool you are going to use to do it is not public yet. Why?

Eric Christen
Executive Director
Coalition for Fair Employment in Construction

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