Lane Jensen returns

Lane Jensen returns

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

DRIVING A BUS IS DANGEROUS


Clackamas Town Center shooting: I-205 off-ramp re-opened, but TriMet buses not stopping near mall

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The color code for todays gang stalkers is Blue

TRIMET GANG STALKING TRAIN -- EAGLE EYE 2 timing 12-7-12 ...

Driver has had it


TRIMET DISPATCH POTPOURRI

Latest "seen and heard on Trimet'

But not seen on TRIMET'S HOW WE ROLL BLOG!
Trimet really needs to take into account how fat Americans are so they don't take half of my seat and squish me against the wall

CLASSIC TWEETS

Can you believe they used duct tape on the hand railing?


MLK JR had it right


TRIMET DISPATCH (including a real silent alarm)


SOMETHING SMELLS FISHY

I have not talked to one Trimet union employee who voted FOR the increase in union dues. NOT ONE! And yet it was a landslide? Something fishy going on?

THE TRIMET WAY


SOMETHING BIG HIT THIS

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TRIMET MGMT IS SO FULL OF SHIT

TriMet Tells Court Its Bargaining Team Has No Authority to Bargain

In a stunning statement to Multnomah County Circuit Court, TriMet claimed its bargaining team had no authority to reach agreement on a tentative contract that it will submit to the TriMet Board for approval.

In recent days, the Union showed TriMet that the Attorney General’s Manual clearly established that TriMet’s negotiating team was governed by Oregon’s public meetings law. This is because the bargaining team’s job is to reach a tentative agreement it then submits to the TriMet Board for approval. This process means that the negotiations have to be open to the public.

Yesterday, the Union received a copy of TriMet’s filing to the Multnomah Circuit Court. In that filing, TriMet claims only the general manager can give a recommendation to TriMet’s Board.

“The intent of the law governing collective bargaining is to have the two parties sit down and reach an agreement that both promise to take back to their respective governing bodies for ratification,” says Bruce Hansen, the president of the transit workers union. “In this statement to the Court, TriMet’s upper management is straddling two horses going in opposite directions. They’re telling the Union that TriMet’s bargaining team has authority to reach a tentative agreement at the same time they’re telling the Court that it doesn’t. Bottom line, TriMet’s statement to the Court means the Union must bargain with the general manager and/or Board of Directors directly.”

BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING

Prison Planet.com » Not Just Buses, Street Lights Are Also Recording Conversations

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