STATE OF WISCONSIN
BEFORE THE WISCONSIN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
In the Matter of the Petition of
SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 150, CTW, CLC
Involving Certain Employees of
CITY OF MILWAUKEE
Decision No. 33289-A
Marianne Goldstein Robbins, Previant, Goldberg, Uelmen, Gratz, Miller & Brueggeman, S.C. 1555 North Rivercenter Drive, Suite 202, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212, appearing on behalf of Service Employees International Union, Local 150, CTW, CLC.
Troy Hamblin, Labor Negotiator, 200 East Wells Street, Room 706, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, appearing on behalf of the City of Milwaukee.
CERTIFICATION OF REPRESENTATIVE
Pursuant to a Direction of Election previously issued by it in the above-entitled matter, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission on June 9, 2011, conducted an election pursuant to Sec. 111.70(4)(d) of the Municipal Employment Relations Act, to determine whether employees of the above Municipal Employer, in the collective bargaining unit set forth in the Commission's Direction, desired to be represented by the above named Labor Organization for the purposes of collective bargaining with the Municipal Employer.
The result of the election was as follows:
1. Total number eligible to vote 230
2. Total ballots cast 131
3. Total ballots challenged 1 (1)
4. Total ballots void 1
5. Total ballots blank 2
6. Total valid ballots counted 127
7. Ballots cast for the above named Labor Organization 100
8. Ballots cast for no representation 27
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of and pursuant to the power vested in the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission by Sec. 111.70(4)(d) of the Municipal Employment Relations Act;
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that Service Employees International Union, Local 150, CTW, CLC, has been selected by a majority of the employees who voted at said election in the collective bargaining unit consisting of all regular full-time and regular part-time School Crossing Guards, School Crossing Guard Operators and School Crossing Guard Dispatchers employed by the City of Milwaukee, excluding supervisors and confidential, executive, and managerial employees, as their representative; and that pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 111.70 of the Municipal Employment Relations Act, said labor organization is the exclusive collective bargaining representative of all such employees for the purposes of collective bargaining with the above named Municipal Employer, or its lawfully authorized representatives, on questions of wages, hours and conditions of employment.
Given under our hands and seal at the City of Madison, Wisconsin, this 20th day of June, 2011.
WISCONSIN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION
James R. Scott, Chairman
Judith M. Neumann, Commissioner
Rodney G. Pasch, Commissioner