This past June, we shared with SCTA members a decision from a California Public Employment Relations Board administrative law judge (ALJ) upholding the District’s position that it was improper for SCTA to delay bargaining a successor contract until the District agreed to abide by and implement the previous contract. The ALJ ordered that SCTA bargain in good faith with the District over a successor contract. We will do so, and have been doing so for many months. The ALJ also ordered SCTA to share this PERB posting. We did so back in June, and again earlier this month in the SCTA News Messenger. Out of an abundance of caution, we’re also posting this here.