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Thursday, 28th February 2008

EPA Library Closures Hampering Agency Work, Arbitrator Finds

EPA Library Closures Hampering Agency Work, Arbitrator Finds
From the article:

A federal arbitrator has found the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guilty of unfair labor practices and acting in bad faith in its national series of library closures, according to a ruling posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). EPA is ordered to bargain with affected public employee unions before making any further changes in its library network.

During the past two years, EPA has closed or reduced access to much of its network of libraries which serve both its own specialists and the public. Altogether, access to EPA libraries in 23 states has been completely lost, and several specialized collections have been shuttered, including its headquarters library.

Source: Common Dreams


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