San Diego City Council yesterday voted in closed session to not appeal a ruling by the California Public Employee Relations Board, which held that Mayor Jerry Sanders did not bargain in good faith, nor follow proper impasse procedures, while negotiating with city employee unions over the city’s privatization effort.

PERB’s ruling will delay the implementation of managed competition — the centerpiece of Sanders’ fiscal reform agenda — for at least several more months.


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