Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The Road to Self-Governance "One Step Closer"

Delegate Body Approval of New Stipulation and Order


On Thursday, May 22, 2014, a Special Meeting of the Delegate Body was called to consider and vote on a new Stipulation and Order in United States v. District Council, 90-cv-5722. It was approved unanimously by the Executive Committee and recommended to the Delegate Body. The new Independent Monitor, who will be appointed if and when the Stipulation is approved by the Court, Glen McGorty, attended the meeting and spoke to the Delegates. Then, Barbara Jones, the Council’s attorney, described the important provisions to the Delegate Body. After questions, the Delegate Body voted overwhelmingly, with only one no vote, to approve the Stipulation and Order, and to allow the current Stipulation if the Court is unable to approve the new Stipulation by the time the current Stipulation expires on June 4, 2014.


  1. What a load of BULLSHIT!!!! What is compliance? LOOKING THE OTHER WAY? JUDGE ROBERT FUGAZI BERMAN. What a pure load of shit . Compliance = Contractors doing as they please stealing our work and giving it to laborers. Union Contractors violating the agreements on one and two man jobs. Utter nonsense. Its Laughable to anyone who knows the truth which are many except all the racehorses with their blinders on Walsh, Danielson,etc etc etc Good Riddance Dennis you are a true skell in every sense of the word. Edgar Bronfmann

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