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Deputy Sheriffs Back at the Table with Anne Arundel County
Posted On: Apr 02, 2012

Feb. 27, 2012 | With their contract expiring at the end of June, Local 355 deputy sheriffs are meeting with Anne Arundel County to hammer out a new collective bargaining agreement. Among the Union's issues are pension and health insurance coverage and costs. Pictured minutes before talks began today for their sixth session since December are (L-R) steward Jimmy Walker, Business Agents Charles Marshall and Dan Taylor, and steward Dave Belisle.



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