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Lancaster’s 2015 budget has few surprises. November 23, 2014 
Sides differ on police staffing, scheduling October 25, 2014 
West Chester police to get lump sum payments August 27, 2014 
New contract for Canton police requires health insurance payments August 24, 2014 
Sheriff to address contract renewal, sales tax at meetings August 20, 2014 
City Council OKs 3-year police contract  August 12, 2014 
Council approves police contract August 12, 2014 
South Euclid police union lashes out at city for understaffing in department, despite safety levy August 7, 2014 
Ohio city police, fire chiefs now subject to drug tests August 6, 2014 
Commercial Point officials considering options for police department August 1, 2014 
Brook Park police supervisors accept pay freeze and healthcare cost hike July 31, 2014 
Lorain police officer faced excessive punishment, arbitrator says July 31, 2014 
Middletown sends layoff notices to nearly dozen firefighters July 25, 2014 
Union employees of sheriff's office denied pay raise July 10, 2014 
Mahoning sales tax will be for public safety July 2, 2014 
Call for Sykes’ resignation goes national May 30, 2014 
Fact-finder’s report recommends pay raises for Summit County sheriff’s deputies; approval expected  April 3, 2014 
Conflict in Brice between police chief, mayor set for hearing March 25, 2014 
Police dispatchers get three-year deal March 25, 2014 
Lorain K-9 unit receives bulletproof, cooling vests from Fraternal Order of Police Associates March 18, 2014 
Police union objects to shift changes March 12, 2014 
Medina police union negotiations stall Tuesday when officers reject fact finder's recommendations March 11, 2014 
Initial goals for police department March 2, 2014 
Cincy FOP President says hire more officers February 18, 2014 
Confusion Over Possible Police Officer Layoffs February 17, 2014 
Council tables motion to disband police December 24, 2013 
Conneaut police wanted help, not pay hike December 18, 2013 
Palestine wage increase approved December 10, 2013 
Fact-finder sides closer to city on police wages December 3, 2013 
Peninsula Council sends police contract options to Boston trustees October 31, 2013 
An Uncertain Future for City Fire Department October 22, 2013 
Norton council approves raises for police officers October 17, 2013 
Stark County to eliminate 911 call center staff September 18, 2013 
news.cincinnati.com/article/20130912/NEWS01/309120099/Montgomery-FOP-agree-contract September 12, 2013 
Agencies applaud local officer's timely response September 11, 2013 
North Royalton police dispatchers receive raises but not job security in new union contract September 5, 2013 
City Council expected to OK dispatching contract next month September 2, 2013 
Goshen reverses police OT decision August 19, 2013 
Low wages affecting local police August 18, 2013 
City contracts with police, fire OK'd August 15, 2013 
East Cleveland copes with police layoffs August 12, 2013 
Chillicothe Police Chief Accused of Unfair Labor Practices August 9, 2013 
Ohio base catching up from furloughs August 8, 2013 
Youngstown Air Reserve Station furlough days reduced August 7, 2013 
Columbus police chief keeps word to be visible August 4, 2013 
Conneaut police, city headed to arbitration August 1, 2013 
Highland Heights City Council approves contracts for police, fire, dispatchers July 21, 2013 
Ohio police group supports defeat of Issue 1 July 19, 2013 
Police union accuses city of ‘hiding’ money July 13, 2013 
Funds paid three police officers to be reimbursed to Goshen Township July 11, 2013 
Mayor Georgine Welo postpones layoff of South Euclid safety forces until July 5 June 28, 2013 
New union contract includes raises for Lebanon Police June 26, 2013 
Ohio House committee approves traffic camera ban June 25, 2013 
South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo asks police, fire unions to make concessions to prevent layoffs June 25, 2013 
South Euclid police, fire layoffs looming June 25, 2013 
South Euclid City Council expected to vote July 8 on putting safety force levy on November ballot; council asks mayor to rescind layoff notices June 18, 2013 
Brooklyn council approves terms of new police contract June 13, 2013 
City approves agreement with FOP June 12, 2013 
It’s time to make up for lost pay  June 10, 2013 
IN-DEPTH: Parking promises - what happened? June 8, 2013 
Dayton townhouse complex contracts with police June 6, 2013 
St. Clairsville police call for attention June 5, 2013 
Canton Council ready to address cadet pay June 4, 2013 
City budget passes 5-4, despite worries of 'fiscal cliff' May 31, 2013 
Cops, firefighters call for LGF increase May 31, 2013 
Kasich frustrating safety unions May 31, 2013 
Layoff letters sent to safety forces in South Euclid; would become effective June 29 if council can't find new revenue source May 31, 2013 
Police contract extends for three years with no raises May 31, 2013 
Cincinnati City Council passes budget, saves public safety jobs May 30, 2013 
Cincinnati City Council agrees to save police and fire jobs  May 29, 2013 
City Budget Set to Pass with No Public Safety Layoffs May 29, 2013 
Days of debating done, Cincinnati City Council must pass 2014 budget this week  May 27, 2013 
City raises: Who got them and why? May 26, 2013 
200 City Employees, Cops, and Firefighters Get Layoff Notices May 21, 2013 
66 cops get layoff notices – actual number likely smaller May 21, 2013 
St. Clairsville police to get stipend May 21, 2013 
Police union proposal includes raises May 20, 2013 
Civilians to staff combined 911 call center May 19, 2013 
Motion to Eliminate Fire Layoffs, Reduce Police Layoffs to 25 May 16, 2013 
Qualls/Seelbach plan to further reduce public safety layoffs May 16, 2013 
Furlough could affect hundreds of federal employees at Vienna base May 15, 2013 
Mayor Mallory reduces public safety layoffs in his budget May 15, 2013 
Mayor’s Budget Plan Reduces Public Safety Layoffs May 15, 2013 
Police union, city say audit results positive May 11, 2013 
Number of Cincinnati Police, Fire Layoffs Reduced May 9, 2013 
Attorney: Cincinnati (OH) at Point of No Return in Firefighter, Police Layoffs May 7, 2013 
Cincinnati Police, Fire Layoffs Could Happen If City Wins Parking Lawsuit May 2, 2013 
Right to work: Senate Bill 5 revived? May 2, 2013 
Higher pay, insurance premiums in new contracts May 1, 2013 
Ironton City Council passes AFSCME contract May 1, 2013 
Pickaway County sheriff's employees get raises May 1, 2013 
Ohio bills in works would ban union requirements April 30, 2013 
Township administrator: police service will be cut if levies fail April 30, 2013 
Consultant: Steubenville police department 'adequately' staffed April 26, 2013 
Steubenville Under Siege April 24, 2013 
Police union leader urges action from city officials April 23, 2013 
Keller Building, police contract set for vote today April 22, 2013 
It'll be just the basics for downsized police force April 21, 2013 
Defiance looks at levy to save public safety jobs April 18, 2013 
Possible Lay-Off Timeline Released  April 12, 2013 
Firefighters and Police Unions Want Answers on Layoffs April 10, 2013 
State board rules that city police command is owed $1M in pay April 10, 2013 
Waiting game continues for possible police, fire cuts April 10, 2013 
Opponents say they've got enough signatures to put parking plan on ballot April 4, 2013 
Police, Firefighters Angry Over Role in Parking Plan April 4, 2013 
Nearly 230 jobs on the line with budget cuts March 31, 2013 
Judge's parking ruling could mean police, fire layoffs March 28, 2013 
FOP goes after Flores; Seeks contempt citation against councilman in probe of leaks March 22, 2013 
Police union signs four-year contract March 21, 2013 
Council OKs police contract March 20, 2013 
Council to vote on police contract March 19, 2013 
Council to review police contract March 12, 2013 
Elyria to bring back Police Department’s Narcotics Unit March 12, 2013 
MACEDONIA POLICE UNION FILES UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES CHARGE AGAINST CITY February 20, 2013 
Poland trustees OK new police wage system February 14, 2013 
New Lex police layoffs mulled to lower deficit February 9, 2013 
Commissioners approve FOP agreement for sheriff’s office; set date for 2013 budget hearing January 31, 2013 
FOP concerned about Miami Twp. police services January 30, 2013 
FOP: Miami Township in talks to disband police department January 30, 2013 
Parma Heights couple sentenced for stealing money from Fraternal Order of Police Associates January 29, 2013 
Council OKs police contract extension January 24, 2013 
Jackson Police officers air concerns over chief  January 22, 2013 
City, FOP to compromise on shorter retire-rehire January 17, 2013 
CITY REACHES AGREEMENT ON CONTRACT WITH POLICE UNION January 16, 2013 
Meeting set to discuss East Cleveland police layoffs January 16, 2013 
Grove City council to vote on three-year police contract January 11, 2013 
20 East Cleveland police officers, dispatchers get layoff notices January 9, 2013 
Chief, FOP disagree over retire-rehire plan January 9, 2013 
City Council holds off on approving new police contract January 9, 2013 
East Cleveland: 10 police, 10 dispatchers sent layoff notices January 9, 2013 
Village raises cover police, non-union employees January 8, 2013 
Toledo, police union fight over parking December 30, 2012 
East Cleveland: City to lay off 20 percent of police December 28, 2012 
East Cleveland Police Layoffs Looming December 28, 2012 
East Cleveland police to lay off 15-19 officers effective January 1, 2013 December 28, 2012 
Wheeling FOP Allowed To Amend Cruiser Suit December 24, 2012 
Mayor vetoes non-union bonuses December 23, 2012 
Mingo police would take pay cuts to stay on jobs December 22, 2012 
Norwalk council approves police contracts December 19, 2012 
No raises in Palestine December 17, 2012 
HUDSON CITY COUNCIL APPROVES POLICE UNION CONTRACT WITH RAISES December 12, 2012 
Council to regroup, review budget cuts December 5, 2012 
Columbus police get 1.5% pay hike December 4, 2012 
Council, union officials to meet December 4, 2012 
Numbers unknown in Mingo layoffs December 4, 2012 
Fairlawn reopens wage talks with union employees December 2, 2012 
Akron Council approves union agreements November 29, 2012 
New contract approved for 911 dispatchers November 28, 2012 
Police union to seek pay increase November 26, 2012 
FOP: Mistakes Made November 22, 2012 
City to talk with union employees November 16, 2012 
Police union doubts city’s claim November 16, 2012 
New Richmond council investigating police contract November 15, 2012 
Proposed budget could layoff dozens of city workers  November 14, 2012 
City, police unions agree to new contract November 8, 2012 
Council ratifies Massillon police officers' contract November 8, 2012 
Vote to Repeal Cruiser Rule Already Resulting in Changes November 8, 2012 
Voters Say One Officer Per Cruiser Is Enough November 7, 2012 
Cops talking wages November 6, 2012 
Perrysburg City Council accepts wage increases for firefighters November 6, 2012 
Massillon police voting on contract proposal November 2, 2012 
City's police taking over at University Hospital November 1, 2012 
Police to vote on three-year contract October 30, 2012 
Willard voters asked to approve tax for police October 30, 2012 
Massillon official optimistic about police contract October 28, 2012 
Police chief: Levy needed to fight crime October 26, 2012 
Jackson Township trustees October 24, 2012 
City charter changes could affect how Elyria police are hired October 23, 2012 
South Euclid agrees to contracts with four unions representing police, dispatchers, firefighters and service workers October 23, 2012 
Contract gives city police 7 percent raise over three years October 22, 2012 
FOP ratifies tentative labor agreement October 18, 2012 
WTRF.com UPDATE: Wheeling's FOP Lodge 38 Files Motion Against 2 Man Cruiser Ordinance October 17, 2012 
Residents support police, fire October 16, 2012 
Waterville City Council to discuss police station October 16, 2012 
You decide: City income tax increase October 14, 2012 
North Olmsted, police union reach deal; city working other union contracts October 11, 2012 
Akron police union overwhelmingly approves tentative contract with city October 10, 2012 
Baltic abolishes its police department October 9, 2012 
10 laid-off Massillon firefighters: Back on job ASAP October 5, 2012 
Chillicothe looks at pay issue involving police, fire command staffs October 5, 2012 
Trotwood has new contract with police union October 5, 2012 
http://www.indeonline.com/news/x1931759892/Grant-helps-city-recall-laid-off-firefighters October 3, 2012 
Robbery Unit Dismantled in Ohio Police Department September 26, 2012 
City mulls options as workers question rising health costs September 25, 2012 
Police department disbands robbery squad September 25, 2012 
Unions reject partner benefits September 22, 2012 
Marysville police complain their pay keeps shrinking September 19, 2012 
Marysville police union hammers city manager September 19, 2012 
Cortland police levy on ballot September 16, 2012 
Uhrichsville finances, police levy are focus of town hall meeting September 16, 2012 
Police Commish Defends Layoff September 13, 2012 
Public pension changes clear Ohio Legislature September 13, 2012 
Akron to hire 40 police officers, 38 firefighters September 12, 2012 
Last Minute Offers Rejected by Police Union and Village September 12, 2012 
Wages frozen in Niles police, fire pacts September 10, 2012 
Skiles agrees to work without pay as Paint Township Police Department perseveres September 7, 2012 
Twinsburg offers lowers cost to Reminderville for police, fire dispatching September 6, 2012 
Cincinnati Firefighter Speaks at Democratic Convention September 5, 2012 
Former Republican Doug Stern gets warm reception at DNC September 4, 2012 
Marion stretched thin August 26, 2012 
Committee debates firefighter salaries August 15, 2012 
Judge, council disagree on benefits August 1, 2012 
Layoffs lead to spike to OT July 21, 2012 
Boardman aims for two additional no-raise contracts for its workers July 9, 2012 
Civil Service Commission rejects Massillon police layoff appeal June 26, 2012 
Budget gap may dictate layoffs May 30, 2012 
City budget: Koher does math on OT May 22, 2012 
Women seek signatures to urge mayor to reinstate laid-off workers  May 19, 2012 
IPD lays off three officers May 9, 2012 
City to close detective bureau May 20 May 3, 2012 
The faces behind Massillon's layoffs May 3, 2012 
Massillon to lay off 27, including 10 firefighters, 9 police officers  April 30, 2012 
Councilman puts measure to reinstate officers on finance agenda April 26, 2012 
Cutting police not answer for safety April 18, 2012 
Some fear Mount Sterling is fading after police department closes April 3, 2012 
Ohio Governor’s Budget Could Force Local Town To Privatize Fire And EMS Services March 22, 2012 
Pay, hours, benefits reduced for officers  March 14, 2012 
Police, city disagree on budget; FOP continues to spar with administration over levy money March 6, 2012 
Police trade wage freeze for off-duty fee February 28, 2012 
Council: City pay freeze to be extended February 27, 2012 
New efforts made to come up with city budget February 26, 2012 
Council to propose reduction of officer hours and benefits February 9, 2012 
Debate Over Bay Village Police Layoffs Rages On  February 6, 2012 
Public to Weigh In on Bay Village Police Layoffs January 31, 2012 
Budget shortfall may cause police lay offs  January 24, 2012 
Health plan costs could mean layoffs  January 17, 2012 
Canton Township Saves Cash With Furloughs  January 16, 2012 
Marion Police Start New Year With Fewer Officers  January 1, 2012 
Council members compromise on spending  December 28, 2011 
Trotwood asking for employee furloughs  December 20, 2011 
Communities plan painful budget cuts in 2012 December 18, 2011 
Jail to lay off 9 officers after funding cut by Marion County December 15, 2011 
Police make plea to council to avoid layoffs  December 13, 2011 
Marion firefighters approve concessions; levy suggested December 9, 2011 
Springfield Township Avoids Police Layoffs  December 9, 2011 
Firefighters vote to accept concessions, avoid layoffs December 8, 2011 
Marion Co. Sheriff: Layoffs Will Cause Longer Response Time December 8, 2011 
Employee contracts critical to city’s budget plan December 7, 2011 
Layoffs Loom For City & Public Safety Services  December 5, 2011 
Middletown to lay off 9 firefighters as part of 2012 budget  November 30, 2011 
Taxpayers’ funding of public employees’ benefits is unsustainable November 30, 2011 
Baltimore lays off 4 village employees November 23, 2011 
Spending levels drop in Marietta November 17, 2011 
Concessions key to ‘12 budget November 15, 2011 
Focus shifts to Lancaster's 2012 budget November 13, 2011 
Cuyahoga County uses plainclothes detectives to deliver layoff notices November 11, 2011 
Issue 49 Fails November 9, 2011 
Newton Falls Council talks budget cuts November 8, 2011 
Despite $55 Million Deficit, Cincinnati Pays Six-Figure Checks for Public Employees’ Unused Sick Time and Leave November 7, 2011 
Summit County deputies take concessions November 3, 2011 
City Of Arvin Votes On Layoffs November 1, 2011 
Pay increases proposed for city workers in 2012 November 1, 2011 
Suciu: Layoffs would mean realigning city police department October 27, 2011 
Meeting About East Cleveland's Traffic Cameras and Layoffs Includes 'Rocky' Music and Cardboard Cut-Out of Mayor October 20, 2011 
Union of 150 OKs contract with cuts October 19, 2011 
East Cleveland lays off 36 police officers, 10 firefighters October 18, 2011 
Budget spares police officers and firefighters, for now October 10, 2011 
Attorney General Eric Holder brings money to save Cincinnati police jobs October 5, 2011 
Public safety in line for deep cuts next year October 4, 2011 
Officials say sales tax needed to keep criminals behind bars October 2, 2011 
Layoffs Looming In Lancaster September 27, 2011 
Lancaster departments, council trying to avoid firefighter layoffs September 25, 2011 
Lancaster City Council committee calls special meeting September 23, 2011 
Bucyrus cutting police, fire department positions September 22, 2011 
Candidates On: How to Budget for Public Safety September 22, 2011 
Police, fire service still budget issues for Richmond Heights September 16, 2011 
Budget Cuts May Reduce Steubenville Police Force September 15, 2011 
Fire union seeks to avoid layoffs in Lancaster September 15, 2011 
Mallory: No Police, Fire Layoffs This Year September 15, 2011 
Mayor Mallory and unions fight to prevent police and firefighter layoffs September 15, 2011 
City Still at Odds With Union Over Budget Deficit in Steubenville September 14, 2011 
No increases for county 9-1-1 operators September 14, 2011 
Lancaster City Council considers shifting money to avoid police layoffs September 13, 2011 
Cincinnati City Council Votes Not to Cut Police September 12, 2011 
City Council split on police layoffs September 12, 2011 
City Council to Consider Retaining Police Officers September 12, 2011 
Ohio would get $4B boost in jobs plan September 10, 2011 
Issue 2 ads divide Ohio mayor, firefighters September 7, 2011 
Police Layoffs Remain Sticking Point In Budget September 7, 2011 
Hourly Wages In Ohio And Nine Other States Have Fallen Since 2000 September 6, 2011 
Police contract may extend into 2012 September 1, 2011 
Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc., responds to Building a Better Ohio’s lies August 30, 2011 
Medina police dispatchers and city agree on three-year contract August 26, 2011 
Northfield Center considers renewal of sheriff's contract  August 17, 2011 
Pair of Chillicothe police officers appeal layoffs August 10, 2011 
Mansfield council amends police contracts August 3, 2011 
Dohoney presents budget plan today August 1, 2011 
Chamber releases suggestions for Chillicothe, union negotiations July 29, 2011 
Council to start talks with Chillicothe's unions July 26, 2011 
Video: Line of duty deaths on the rise; FOP leaders blame budget July 25, 2011 
Mansfield officials weigh pros and cons of recommendations July 24, 2011 
Government jobs decline in Ohio as private jobs gain July 23, 2011 
Unions agree to zero percent increase for two years June 29, 2011 
Regional dispatch center still adjusting to increased emergency calls June 28, 2011 
Many Ohio cities have cut police force June 25, 2011 
City of Hamilton, FOP reach agreement to reduce police force June 24, 2011 
Jobs scarce for police academy grads June 23, 2011 
NJ Assembly OKs bill hiking benefits costs  June 23, 2011 
Marion teachers take pay freeze June 22, 2011 
Pay freezes amount to $9.6 million in district savings June 9, 2011 
Gap between Grandview police expectations, city's offers grows June 8, 2011 
Council votes to restore frozen wages June 3, 2011 
Unions Push to Undo Ohio Law June 3, 2011 
Cleveland will let police cadets make it to graduation  May 26, 2011 
Winton Woods Teachers Agree To Pay Freeze  May 26, 2011 
State Senate Bill Hits Public Employees' Health Care  May 19, 2011 
Mayor ends forced police concessions  May 18, 2011 
Canal Fulton City Council meeting of May 17 May 17, 2011 
Falls teachers union accepts concessions  May 15, 2011 
City rescinds police layoffs May 12, 2011 
Toledo wrings concessions May 8, 2011 
Pay for performance May 2, 2011 
What Would You Do To Balance the City Budget? May 1, 2011 
Marion FOP contracts head for final council vote April 29, 2011 
Marion city warns 12 firefighters of layoffs April 24, 2011 
City likely to say no to furloughs April 23, 2011 
Layoff notices sent to five Marion police officers April 23, 2011 
Gunshots Prompt Officer Recall In Steubenville April 20, 2011 
Alliance may give some a lump-sum payment April 19, 2011 
EL police union contracts approved April 19, 2011 
Concession discussion with FOP units goes on April 16, 2011 
Fee that would charge police officers for working off-duty delayed April 15, 2011 
Marion mayor agrees to firefighters' counterproposal April 15, 2011 
Akron police waiting for pay raise April 14, 2011 
Marion firefighters make counter-proposal to mayor April 14, 2011 
City of Akron Must Pay Police Raises April 13, 2011 
Police say layoffs would be dangerous April 12, 2011 
City finds way to overcome revenue loss April 10, 2011 
Akron asks judge to halt police raise  April 9, 2011 
Ohio cops to pay $5 per hour for off-duty jobs April 9, 2011 
Police, fire contracts await council approval April 9, 2011 
Kasich: Lets start passing provisions of SB 5 in the State budget; GOP Speaker: Sounds like a great idea April 6, 2011 
Municipalities may for first time consider a new chapter -- Chapter 9 bankruptcy February 14, 2011 
Aurora finalizes pacts with police department  
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