A quick note going back to the recent impasse between Glendora and the municpal employees association where the council forced a one year contract on the association with several concessions.
In years past, the City Manager or other members of the city’s executive team would handle negotiations with the association. This year the city hired Richard Kreisler to handle negotiations for the city with all its employee associations, teamed with Deputy City Manager Brenda Fischer and Finance Director Josh Betta.
The total cost for Kreisler’s services (contracted through Liebert, Cassidy, Whitmore Legal Fees)
is $42,797 since March 2010.
Kreisler’s pay breaks down like this:
He was paid $6,682.05 for work ending March 31, 2010.
- $1,296 for work on the Glendora Manager’s Association.
- $1,039.05 for work on the Glendora Municipal Employees Association.
- $2,727 for work with the Police Officer’s Association.
- $1,620 for work with the Police Manager’s Association
For work completed between April 1 and April 30, he was paid $9,855.
- $5,427 for work with GMA.
- $1,161 for work with GMEA.
- $324 for work with POA.
- $2,943 for work with PMA.
For work between May 1 and May 31 he received $6,804.
- $2,106 for GMA
- $2,889 for GMEA
- $783 for POA
- $1,026 for PMA
For work between June 1 and June 30 he was paid $10,681.32. All of that work was with the GMEA. He was also paid $1,701 for work with the GMA during that time.
For work between July 1 and July 31, he received $6,993 for work with the GMEA.
He finally received $81 for work with the GMA at the end of July.