Negotiations Locked Up?
One north central Florida city has a new chief of police, and he faces a bit of a controversy right off the bat.
Police union members are ready to negotiate new salaries and benefits, but city officials got a proposal sooner than the union expected.
On August 19, the city's attorney received a list of issues the Williston Police Benevolent Association was ready to start negotiating on. However, PBA President Brandon Kutner says, the letter didn't come from him.
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