Illinois Labor Relations Board State Panel met September 12.
Illinois Labor Relations Board State Panel met Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Here is the minutes provided by the Board:
I. OPENING OF MEETING 1:00 P.M.
John Hartnett, Chairman; Michael Coli, Member of the Board; Kathryn Zeledon Nelson, Member of the Board; John Samolis, Member of the Board; Keith Snyder, Member of the Board; Kimberly Stevens, Executive Director; Helen J. Kim, General Counsel; and staff members.
III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING HELD August 8, 2017
Chairman Hartnett called for approval of the minutes of the August 8, 2017 meeting. Member Nelson moved to approve the minutes. Member Samolis seconded. The Board passed the motion unanimously, by a voice vote.
IV. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
Chairman Hartnett asked Executive Director Stevens to present the Executive Director’s reports. She presented the reports and summarized the highlights.
V. BOARD ACTIONS
1. Case No. S-UC-16-032, 033, 034
State of Illinois, Department of Central Management Services/American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 31
General Counsel Kim called and presented the issues of the case to the Board. After discussion, Member Coli moved to accept the Administrative Law Judge’s Recommended Decision and Order with modifications. Member Samolis seconded the motion, and the motion passed with three ayes and two nays; Chairman Hartnett and Member Nelson dissented in part.
2. Case No. S-CA-16-063
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 31/Lake County Circuit Court
General Counsel Kim called the case, and noted that no party filed exceptions to Administrative Law Judge Hamburg-Gal’s Recommended Decision and Order. The Board declined to review the decision on its own motion.
3. Case No. S-CB-17-020
Michael Dill/East St. Louis Firefighters, IAFF, Local 23
General Counsel Kim called and presented the issues of the case to the Board. After discussion, Member Nelson moved to accept the Executive Director’s dismissal. Member Coli seconded the motion, and the Board passed it unanimously, by a voice vote.
VI. PUBLIC COMMENT
No members of the public sought to make comments.
VII. EXECUTIVE SESSION
After a short discussion regarding whether there was a need for executive session, the Board concluded it was unnecessary.
Chairman Hartnett called for a motion to adjourn. Member Coli moved to adjourn the meeting, and the Board passed it unanimously, by a voice vote.