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33:0839(103)RO - - Air Force, 437th Air Base Group, Military Airlift Command (MAC), Operating Location A, Charleston AFB, SC and International Association of Fire Fighters and AFGE Local 1869 - - 1988 FLRAdec RP - - v33 p839



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33:0839(103)RO
The decision of the Authority follows:


33 FLRA No. 103

FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY

WASHINGTON, D.C.

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE

437th AIR BASE GROUP

MILITARY AIRLIFT COMMAND (MAC)

OPERATING LOCATION A

CHARLESTON AIR FORCE BASE, SOUTH CAROLINA

(Activity)

and

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS

(Petitioner)

and

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

LOCAL 1869, AFL-CIO

(Party-in-Interest)

4-RO-80006

ORDER

December 6, 1988

The Regional Director issued her Decision and Order in this case on August 5, 1988. The Regional Director dismissed the petition filed by the International Association of Fire Fighters (Petitioner). The Regional Director found that the petitioned-for unit consisting of all eligible employees of the Fire Department at the North Auxiliary Airfield, South Carolina, was not an appropriate unit within the meaning of section 7112 of the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute (the Statute). The Petitioner filed a timely application for review.

The Authority did not grant review of the Regional Director's Decision and Order within the 60-day time limit prescribed in section 7105(f) of the Statute. Therefore, in accordance with section 7105(f), the Decision and Order of the Regional Director became the action of the Authority on December 2, 1988.

Accordingly, the petition is dismissed.

For the Authority.

___________________________
Clyde B. Blandford, Jr.
Acting Executive Director




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