Topics

Public Employees
Port truck drivers seek support from a city pension board
Port truck drivers seek support from a city pension board

Port truck drivers on Tuesday told the managers of the biggest pension system for the city of Los Angeles that they should closely examine their investment in a trucking company that they claim illegally fired them when the drivers pressed their claim for back wages. The drivers' appearance before the board for the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System, known as LACERS, was one in a series of protests they plan to make to try to get concessions from Total Transportation Services Inc., which has been locked in a battle with several dozen of its employees. Two other large pension systems — for police and firefighters in L.A. and for state employees — also have...

Loading