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BART's General Manager Should Resign The unraveling of the transit agency's contract deal with its unions is yet another example of why Grace Crunican is not qualified for her job.

BART's General Manager Should Resign
The unraveling of the transit agency's contract deal with its unions is yet another example of why Grace Crunican is not qualified for her job.
http://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/barts-general-manager-should-resig...
November 20, 2013NEWS » SEVEN DAYS

ILA Longshore Coalition Protests Denial Of ILA Local 1526 Member Darryl "Mike D." Payne's Right To Run For Office

ILA Longshore Coalition Protests Denial Of Darryl "Mike D." Payne's Right To Run For Office

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BART's safety culture slammed at Assembly hearing

BART's safety culture slammed at Assembly hearing
http://www.sfbg.com/politics/2013/11/07/barts-safety-culture-slammed-ass...
11.07.13 - 6:43 pm | Steven T. Jones | (7)

BART board expected to reject union contracts and ask for a new vote-No Fear Of Union Tops Fighting Back

BART board expected to reject union contracts and ask for a new vote-No Fear Of Union Tops Fighting Back
http://www.contracostatimes.com/my-town/ci_24557820/bart-board-expected-...
By Lisa Vorderbrueggen
Contra Costa Times
POSTED: 11/20/2013 06:11:39 AM PST | UPDATED: ABOUT 5 HOURS AGO

OAKLAND -- With BART and its unions facing off over partially approved labor contracts, Bay Area commuters may well wonder what fresh hell awaits them.

BART's cost claims for paid leave don't add up "If the unions had dedicated the time and money to get the message out that the raise was just keeping up with inflation, I am sure that much of the public would have been sympathetic."

BART's cost claims for paid leave don't add up "If the unions had dedicated the time and money to get the message out that the raise was just keeping up with inflation, I am sure that much of the public would have been sympathetic."
http://www.sfchronicle.com/opinion/openforum/article/BART-s-cost-claims-...

Michael Short, The Chronicle

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