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Chapter 290

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  290.350.  Request for arbitration, when, how made — board to be appointed. — Whenever a dispute exists concerning wages, hours of labor, or conditions of employment of members of a paid fire department of any county, city, town, fire district, or other governmental unit having a population in excess of twenty thousand or located in a county of the first class, and a request for arbitration is made by either party to the dispute, a firemen's arbitration board shall be appointed as provided in sections 290.350 to 290.380.  Request for arbitration may be made by written petition signed by at least fifty-one percent of the employees of the fire department or by resolution of the county commission, council, board, or other governing body having direction and control over the fire department.


(L. 1963 p. 415 § 1)

(1968) As applied to constitutional charter cities, §§ 290.350 and 290.360 are unconstitutional and void as imposing duties upon a municipal officer. State ex rel. Burke v. Cervantes, 423 S.W.2d 791 (Mo.).

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