Comments on an alleged affair between two city employees were made public during recent city council meetings, casting a spotlight on the long-rumored relationship between one of the city’s lead labor negotiators and the former steward of the city’s largest employee union.
The two players involved are mayoral executive assistant Krystina Kramarz and Department of Public Works employee John Laslo, who until recently was steward of the local chapter of American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Kramarz is responsible for numerous executive duties, serving in a capacity similar to a chief of staff, and usually represents the mayor’s office in opening discussions about labor contracts. As union steward, Laslo was responsible for monitoring AFSCME’s collective bargaining agreement with the city to ensure compliance in addition to other roles. Read Full Story
The Mayor Say’s “He (Laslo) was not representing the union during any negotiations when and if a relationship developed between the two,” he said.
Laslo just recently stepped down as union steward he was representing the union during the negotiations as the steward PLEASE stop. If you think nothing is wrong with it Mr. Mayor fine that is your opinion but please go back and take a look at the date he stepped down and the date of the Union Contract negotiations. Better yet the Press and Guide should be asking for this information (fact check) Please…
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