Coalition for Fair Employment in Construction Obtains City of San Diego Settlement Agreements with Unions for Convention Center

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Late yesterday afternoon, the San Diego City Attorney’s Office provided representatives of the Coalition for Fair Employment in Construction with three “settlement agreements” meant to end union environmental objections to the proposed Phase III expansion of the San Diego Convention Center. The Project Labor Agreement for construction has not been obtained yet.

1. ENVIRONMENTAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER PHASE III EXPANSION AND EXPANSION HOTEL PROJECT BY CITY OF SAN DIEGO; SAN DIEGO COALITION FOR A BETTER CONVENTION CENTER; SAN DIEGO COUNTY BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL; UNITE HERE LOCAL 30; AND BILLIE JOHNSON:

Settlement Agreement – Building Trades Unions – San Diego Convention Center – 2012

2. SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER PHASE III EXPANSION AND EXPANSION HOTEL PROJECT BY AND BETWEEN CITY OF SAN DIEGO; BRIGETTE BROWNING; SERGIO GONZALES; AND UNITE HERE LOCAL 30

Settlement Agreement – UNITE-HERE Union Local 30 – San Diego Convention Center – 2012

3. ENVIRONMENTAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER PHASE III EXPANSION AND EXPANSION HOTEL PROJECT BY CITY OF SAN DIEGO; CITY OF SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL; SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2012-1; COALITION FOR RESPONSIBLE CONVENTION CENTER PLANNING; TERRY LUTNICK; CINNA BROWN; AARON MICHAELSON; INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRIC (sic) WORKERS LOCAL 569; UNITED ASSOCIATION OF PLUMBERS & STEAMFITTERS LOCAL 230; SHEETMETAL WORKERS LOCAL 206; AND IRONWORKERS LOCAL 229

Settlement Agreement – Various Construction Trade Unions – San Diego Convention Center – 2012

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  2. […] explains that unions routinely file suits raising these environmental objections, but the resulting settlements have nothing to do with environmental concerns. Rather, suits are settled because the businesses […]

  3. […] In November 2012 it obtained the settlement agreements between the unions and the City of San Diego that ended the union objections under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the union lawsuit against the financing scheme for repaying the bonds. This was reported in my November 15, 2012 blog post Coalition for Fair Employment in Construction Obtains City of San Diego Settlement Agreements with U…. […]