In the third of three notes to constituents in Pinole and Hercules, BART Director Zachary Mallett says "labor negotiations at BART have been harsh . . . a sticking point in the current negotiations is a weighing between BART changing its past practices of not investing in system maintenance and asset management vs. turning the boat on its long-standing past practices of offering expensive and outlandish benefits to employees vs. providing employees wage increases."
In Part I and Part II of his constituent report, Mallett detailed BART's financial liability and the wage and benefit packages for employees.
Read the rest of his third installment by clicking here.
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