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Thursday, May 22, 2014, 5:51 p.m.
 

The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board ruled that Penn Hills School District did not unfairly outsource district transportation in 2011.

Hearing examiner Jack Marino wrote in an order Tuesday that the district “made a serious effort to resolve differences and reach an agreement with the union, even though the agreement it was prepared (to) accept would not have saved the district anywhere near as much as subcontracting.”

The board dismissed a charge of unfair labor practices filed by Amalgamated Transit Union No. 1552.

The union has 20 days to file an exception to the decision.

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