BLAIR – Seven hours with an independent Arbitrator Friday – The City of Blair and the Fraternal Order of Police presented their arguments and called witnesses – this from a requirement passed by the Blair City Council in August that new Blair Police officers are required to reside in Washington County and existing officers must be within a 30 minute response time. The Blair Fraternal Order of Police filed a grievance regarding that residency ordinance. The F O P has seven days to give a written brief to the arbitrator, after which the City of Blair has seven days to submit their brief. The Arbitrator will make a ruling after both summaries are received.
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