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A modest proposal to the APOA

Original post made by A modest proposal, Atherton: other, on Jan 15, 2012

Much credit and thanks are due to the Atherton Police Officers' Association (APOA) for video taping various Atherton meetings and posting them to these forums. This has resulted, as the APOA has noted, in increased transparency.

Increased transparency can only be good for citizens.

On that vein, can we also get video posts of the police contract negotiations between the union and Atherton?

I hope that either Brad Mills, APOA President, or Sherman Hall, APOA Vice President, can respond. I have not locked this thread and we welcome their participation.

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Posted by yukidding
a resident of Atherton: other
on Jan 15, 2012 at 10:28 am

You must be kidding. Neither the union attorney nor the Town attorney would agree to such a thing.


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