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Powell River Library Workers Turn to Mediation amid Strike Efforts
3/8/2019 1:44:31 PM
The Powell River Public Library and its staff will head to mediation. This effort comes after the library workers voted to strike during their recent meeting.
The two sides have been in negotiations for just about a year trying to hammer
Norwalk Headed to Mediation for Wall Street Place Project
12/5/2018 2:50:42 PM
The Wall Street Place redevelopment project will be negotiated in an upcoming mediation session between Citibank, the city of Norwalk, and the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency.
Citibank owns the former Isaacs Street municipal lot that
Annexation Mediation Lies Ahead for Parkland County
11/12/2018 12:21:05 PM
Parkland County recently approved mediation to help resolve the issues related to the annexation by the City of Spruce Grove. The cost of mediation will be more than $100,000, but if successful, would keep the two sides out of court.
Three Rivers Mediation Begins
7/13/2018 11:25:26 AM
The mediation to resolve the controversial proposal to annex and amalgamate several communities in eastern PEI has begun. Residents who will be affected by the outcome of the mediation are hoping to be allowed to share their stories during the
Cadillac Junction Mediation Will Continue Despite Minimal Progress So Far
5/29/2018 2:10:52 PM
The recent mediation regarding Cadillac Junction achieved little progress, but all parties are committed to continuing mediation attempts until a resolution is found.
The dispute is over the 142 acre development of Cadillac Junction,
Nurses Hoping to Avoid Strike by Heading to Mediation
2/5/2018 11:06:58 PM
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is hoping it can negotiate a fair and respectful contract with the Regional Municipality of York. The contract would cover 250 dedicated Public Health Nurses out of the 65,000 total the union represents.
Dayton Suggests Mediation to Resolve Conflicts in Montgomery County Jails
11/6/2017 4:28:12 PM
Dayton’s Mediation Center coordinator is calling the situation in area jails a “pressure cooker” due to problems between inmates and corrections staff, and she believes mediation could help to resolve some of the
Mediation Attempts Fail again in Ridgewood Water Lawsuit
11/6/2016 10:28:44 AM
The ongoing class action lawsuit filed by Glen Rock, Midland Park and Wyckoff against the Ridgewood Water utility is set to begin trial on November first in a New Jersey Superior Court. According to Glen Rock Mayor Bruce Packer, the last of the
City Facing Legal Challenge over Gravel Pit
9/21/2016 10:59:29 PM
The battle continues to rage over the Goulet gravel pit application for the Baker Lake area in Timmins. Recently, the issue was brought forth by the Ontario Municipal Board responsible for ruling on land use and planning disputes. Now, a hearing
Kentucky School District Headed to Mediation
8/25/2016 8:57:11 AM
Kentucky’s largest school district is headed to mediation with the county’s teachers union. The mediation will be overseen by a third party mediator, and both sides are hoping negotiations will bring a resolution as they head into the