Unions v. City of Gainesville: Implications of Ruling Still Unclear
The courts were clear: ruling that the City of Gainesville was wrong. But it isn't clear whether retired city employees will be reimbursed for the error.
In 2008, commissioners voted to change retiree health benefits without negotiating with the unions. After a complaint, an appeal, and another appeal the ruling is for the unions and against the city.
Ultimately the city was ordered to restore the old retiree healthcare formula. But there's no agreement between the two sides about how that will play out.
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