Tag: collective bargaining

City hires labor relations staff

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] The city announced the appointment of two labor relations positions, Chief Labor Relations Officer Kevin Stokes and Labor Relations Administrator Sean...

Alexandria first responders call on city to increase compensation

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City Council unanimously approved a set of mid-year pay adjustments during Tuesday’s legislative meeting, including a 1.5% pay increase for...

Your Views: Alexandria police: Staffing and morale plummeting

To the editor: The taxpayers of Alexandria deserve to know that after four years of mismanagement and ineptitude at the executive level of the...

Your Views: Vote for pragmatism over ideology

To the editor: A group of bold Alexandria children – including my two daughters – made me proud when they independently took center stage...

City Council hopefuls debate

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] With the June 8 Democratic primary arriving quickly, 13 City Council candidates gathered for two separate virtual debates hosted by the...

City Council candidates debate in second virtual forum

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] For coverage of the first of two council candidate debates, click here. Democratic City Council candidates gathered in the second of two...

Collective bargaining approved

By Will Schick | [email protected] City Council unanimously passed a historic collective bargaining ordinance at a public hearing on Saturday. The newly passed ordinance will mark...

Candidate profile: James Lewis seeks council seat

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] James Lewis wants to get his community more engaged in local government, and his first run at City Council aims...

Your Views: Support for bargaining changes

To the editor: I am writing in response to the article titled “City Council to vote on revised collective bargaining ordinance in April,” published in...

Your Views: Collective bargaining is big news

To the editor: I am writing in response to the article titled “Collective bargaining plan advances,” published in your newspaper on March 25, 2021. I...