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    Aug 12, 2020

       IPOPIF Election Fund Committee Meeting 

          By ILFOPLC, Staff - Wednesday, August 12, 2020


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    Aug 10, 2020

       Kendall County Record Clerks

          By Pete Balderas, Field Representative - Monday, August 10, 2020


             The Kendall County Record Clerks entered into a five-year agreement with the Kendall County Sheriff that featured “catch-up” equity adjustments on wages and no increases in insurance contributions.  Special thanks and appreciation to Tonya Johnson and Megan Hanna for their patience and for assisting Pete Balderas with these negotiations.


    Aug 06, 2020

       National Police Credit Union Offer

          By ILFOPLC, Staff - Thursday, August 6, 2020



    Aug 05, 2020

       Milan

          By Jay Titus, Field Representative - Wednesday, August 5, 2020


             Congratulations to the Village of Milan Police Department on reaching a new 5-year Agreement.  Members were able to successfully negotiate many positive language changes that protect the membership.  An increase in Dental and Eye Care, Compensatory time for new hires and Education Reimbursement were achieved.  FTO pay was also added to the Agreement.  Due to the pandemic, both parties agreed to reopen negotiations in the spring of 2021 for additional economic benefits. 

             The membership was represented by Daren James, Daniel DeBacker; Richard Downing and Nathan Lundeen.  Field Representative Jay Titus assisted the bargaining team throughout negotiations.

     


    Aug 03, 2020

       Fox Lake

          By Richard Stomper, Field Representative - Monday, August 3, 2020


             A one year contract was negotiated in view of the current uncertainty.  The Village moved to a high deductible health plan, but increased wages by $2500 for all employees to compensate for the increased deductible.  In addition there was a 2.8% increase and a compression of one step, from 8 to 7 in the wage matrix.  Importantly the department will move to a 12-hour shift on a trial basis with the possibility that this change, desired by the great majority of unit members, will become permanent. 


    Jul 31, 2020

       Lawrenceville

          By Mark Russillo, Field Representative - Friday, July 31, 2020


             Lawrenceville Police Officers have negotiated a four-year contract with increases of 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.25% and 2.25%, plus an additional $.025 on longevity steps.  There was also an adjustment to sick leave cash-out language.  Mike Seitzinger, Jacob Seed, Nick Earnst, Brandon Sapp, Ryan Curtis and James Lyle were assisted by Field Representative Mark Russillo.


    Jul 28, 2020

       South Jacksonville

          By Jerry Lieb, Field Supervisor - Monday, July 28, 2020


    The bargaining team chaired by Andrew Morgan and Brian Wilson did an excellent job coming to the table to address just the important stuff without any fluff.  This approach was appreciated by the Employer, but due to the pandemic, we agreed to a one-year rollover with a 2% increase.  The Village asked for nothing in exchange.  The team was assisted by Field Supervisor Jerry Lieb during the negotiations.


    Jul 28, 2020

       Rock Valley Community College

          By Kevin Krug, Field Supervisor - Friday, July 24, 2020


    These negotiations were certainly challenging with the economic impact of the COVID-19, but the team did prevail to show how under paid this group of Officers were. Our bargaining had to turn to Zoom meetings, which in itself has some adjustments in the style of negotiating successor Labor Agreements. We want to thank the unit leadership for their commitment and dedication to the process.


    Jul 16, 2020

       Sherman

          By Mark Russillo, Field Representative - Thursday, July 16, 2020


    Sherman Officers/Sergeants have settled a one-year addendum to the current contract in that grants them a 3% increase effective May 1, 2019.  They have agreed to resume bargaining as safety measures permit to reach settlement on a complete agreement, and that the current contract remains in full force and effect.  Sergeant Aaron Entringer and Officer Ryan Howard were assisted by Field Representative Mark Russillo.


    Jul 14, 2020

       O'Fallon Civilians

          By David Nixon, Field Representative - Tuesday, July 14, 2020


    Email and phone negotiations during the coronavirus shutdown led to a three-year agreement; provides wage increases of 3% in each year of the agreement.  Cannabis restrictions were included in the drug testing article.  Call-back and overtime assignment language was modified.  The local team was headed by Erik Mensen, assisted by Brian Bower and Jared Runyan.  Field Representative David Nixon assisted the team. 




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