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City of Monroe ready to negotiate with dispatchers
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MONROE - The City of Monroe is preparing to negotiate terms of employment with individual members of the police dispatchers, in light of the apparent disbanding of their union. The city is "ready and willing to operate with the dispatchers as non-represented individuals," said Phil Rath, city administrator. The city was advised Feb. 7 that the Wisconsin Professional Police Association/Civilian Employee Relations Division had withdrawn as the exclusive collective bargaining representative of the Monroe Dispatchers Association and its members.