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STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT KENOSHA COUNTY

In The Matter Of The Petition Of

KENOSHA COUNTY SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONAL

EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 990, AFSCME, AFL-CIO,

Involving Certain Employees of KENOSHA COUNTY

COUNTY OF KENOSHA

Petitioner

vs

KENOSHA COUNTY SOCIAL WORK
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES,
LOCAL 990, AFSCME, AFL-CIO,
WISCONSIN COUNCIL 40,

Respondent

WERC Decision No. 9533-B

MAY 28 2008

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW

The above entitled proceeding having been commenced by the filing of a Petition for Judicial Review, by Kenosha County, which Petition, in its caption and in the body of the Petition, named the Kenosha County Social Work Professional Employees, Local 990, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, Wisconsin Council 40 (AFSCME Local 990), as the. Respondent or Respondents in said proceeding, and which Petition identified a Decision that had been issued by the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission as the administrative

agency decision that was the subject of said proceeding, and AFSCME Local 990 having filed a Motion to Dismiss the Petition for Judicial Review that had been filed by Kenosha County, Kenosha County appearing by its Senior Assistant Corporation Counsel, AFSCME Local 990 by HAWKS QUINDEL EHLKE & PERRY, S.C. and Bruce F. Ehlke, and the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission by Assistant Attorney General David C. Rice, and the Circuit Court, the Hon. James L. Carlson, Circuit Judge presiding, having reviewed the parties' written arguments and having determined, for the reasons stated on the record of the May 6, 2008 hearing on the Motion to Dismiss, that said Motion should be granted, now, therefore,

IT IS ORDERED that the Motion to Dismiss filed in this proceeding by AFSCME Local 990 is granted and that the undated Petition for Judicial Review filed by Kenosha County in this proceeding shall be, and hereby is, dismissed.

Dated: May 13 , 2008. BY THE COURT:

James L. CARLSON