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Chapter 295

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  295.120.  Public hearing panel — members — powers — hearings. — 1.  In the event that management of a utility and the representatives for collective bargaining purposes of any craft or group of employees of such utility shall not have reached and executed a final agreement in writing as to all conditions of employment affecting such employees on or before the termination date of any existing contract, agreement or understanding or any renewal thereof, or unless the parties shall have, before said date, agreed to submit any and all disputes between them to arbitration, the management of such utility and the representatives of such employees shall, within five days after such termination date, each designate, in writing, a person as a public hearing panel member and file such designation with the state board of mediation; the two persons so designated shall choose a third disinterested and impartial person and these three shall compose and act as a panel.

  2.  The panel shall promptly proceed and within fifteen days following their designation hold and complete public hearings on the specific changes so requested, to the contract, agreement or understanding.  Said period of fifteen days may be extended by the mutual written consent of the parties.  The panel shall give to each party full notice and opportunity to be heard, but the failure of either party to appear before the panel at the time and place fixed by it shall not deprive the panel of jurisdiction to proceed to a hearing and to make report thereon as herein provided.


(L. 1947 V. I p. 358 § 14)

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