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Proposed Ballot Measure Negotiations
The City engaged in “Seal Beach bargaining” regarding the proposed ballot measure. These negotiations were separate and apart from the retirement reform negotiations for the bargaining units where the City and the bargaining units did not reach an agreement on a framework.

“Seal Beach bargaining” refers to bargaining or negotiating over a proposed ballot measure prior to it being placed on a ballot for consideration by voters during an election. This is only done when a proposed ballot measure affects matters within the scope of representation, so not all ballot measures or all aspects of a particular ballot measure need to be bargained.

“Seal Beach bargaining” is a labor term that comes from a court case involving the City of Seal Beach, California and the Seal Beach Police Officers Association.

City Proposals

Revised Ballot Measure dated November 22, 2011

  • AEA, AMSP and CAMP 
  • OE#3
  • ABMEI
  • ALP
  • IBEW
  • POA and IAFF
  • MEF and CEO








  • Revised Draft Proposed Ballot Measure dated October 27, 2011
  • AEA, AMSP, and CAMP
  • POA and IAFF
  • ABMEI
  • ALP
  • IBEW
  • POA and IAFF
  • MEF and CEO







  •  Revised Draft Proposed Ballot Measure dated October 20, 2011
  • AEA, AMSP, and CAMP 
  • POA and IAFF
  • ABMEI
  • ALP
  • MEF and CEO 
  • IBEW
  • OE#3







  • Revised Draft Proposed Ballot Measure dated October 5, 2011
  • POA and IAFF
  • ABMEI
  • ALP
  • MEF and CEO
  • IBEW
  • OE#3 







  • Draft Proposed Ballot Measure dated July 5, 2011
  • ABMEI
  • ALP
  • MEF and CEO
  • IBEW
  • OE#3

  • Union Proposals