City of Pleasanton
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VUI.UJIIJ.II CI IVCIU�.1C IL). 1 OC ICLL,O-IJUJC-'FCCL,-0 .7'4-L1lJUr J'FJY IOy ---_- __ <br /> 1 <br /> THE CITY OF <br /> CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> Piftlegliri. <br /> pLE ASANTON® <br /> June 28, 2022 <br /> Human Resources <br /> TITLE: INTRODUCTION OF PROPOSED MEMORANDUM OF <br /> UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE LIVERMORE-PLEASANTON FIRE <br /> DEPARTMENT JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY AND THE <br /> INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIREFIGHTERS, LOCAL 1974 <br /> WITH TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 2025 <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire <br /> Department Joint Powers Authority and the International Association of Firefighters, <br /> Local 1974 (IAFF) expired on December 31, 2021. Representatives from IAFF and the <br /> cities of Pleasanton and Livermore met and conferred in good faith and have agreed on <br /> terms for a successor agreement. The City's practice is to introduce the key elements of <br /> the proposed MOU, receive input from the public and allow for open discussion prior to <br /> adopting the agreement at the next public meeting. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> It is recommended that the City Council obtain public input and provide comment <br /> regarding the key elements of the tentative agreement negotiated between IAFF and <br /> the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department Joint Powers Authority. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> The three-year financial impact to the LPFD budget, as a result of implementing the <br /> successor MOU, is approximately $6.57M through June 2025. This cost is shared by <br /> Livermore and Pleasanton. The portion of Pleasanton's obligation for FY 2022/23 is <br /> approximately $900,000. The FY 2022/23 Mid-Term General Fund budget accounts for <br /> these labor costs in the non-departmental budget. Funds will be moved to the LPFD <br /> budget to cover the increase in personnel expenses. The future years will be <br /> appropriated as part of the biennial budget process. <br />
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