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The City and the. Union shall meet periodically to discuss the utilization and effectiveness of City-sponsored training programs and any changes to same which pertain to employees covered by this Agreement. The City and the Union shall use such meetings as a vehicle to share and to discuss problems and possible solutions to upward mobility of employees covered by this Agreement and to identify training programs available to employees covered by this Agreement.
The City and the. Job Order Contractor understand and agree that any GMP agreed to under this Project will be administered as a measured quantity/unit price guaranteed not-to-exceed contract. This not-to-exceed amount is defined by the individual Work items and their associated competitively bid and/or negotiated unit prices plus negotiated on-site general conditions, fee structures, markups and Job Order Contractor’s Contingency. Final Contract Price/payout will be based on field measured final completed quantities, approved unit prices and approved Change Directives and Change Orders. Furthermore, the termactual cost” is defined as the final negotiated unit prices (costs) mutually agreed to by the City and Job Order Contractor. The City and the Job Order Contractor understand and agree that individually priced, “self-performed” items may include the cost associated with the risk of delivering the Work.
The City and the. Union acknowledge that during the negotiations which preceded this Agreement, each had the unlimited right and opportunity to make demands and proposals with respect to any subject matter not removed by law from the area of collective bargaining and that all of the understandings and agreements arrived at by the parties after the exercise of that right and opportunity are set forth in this Agreement. Therefore, there are no other agreements that are not set forth herein. The City and Union agree that, during the life of this Agreement, neither party shall have an obligation to bargain collectively with respect to the exercise of any rights reserved to and retained by it pursuant to either Section 4117.08(C) of the Revised Code or pursuant to this Article of this Agreement unless both parties agree.
The City and the. Union acknowledge that the City’s mandatory retirement system is administered, supervised, and managed by a Board of Trustees accountable as fiduciaries to employee members of the retirement system. The Board of Trustees is not a party to this Agreement. The retirement system includes a Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP) and an Actuarially Calculated Deferred Retirement Option Program as set forth in City Ordinance No. C-96-59. The City and Union, therefore, agree that the terms of the retirement system shall not be incorporated into this Agreement and that no dispute arising from the interpretation or application of the retirement system or any decision of the Board of Trustees shall be subject to the grievance/arbitration provision of this Agreement. Likewise, matters which are determined or reviewed by the Board of Trustees of the Police and Fire Retirement System and any matters involving the interpretation of ordinances or statutes governing the retirement system shall not be within the jurisdiction of or subject to the grievance/arbitration procedure established in this agreement.

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