CALEXICO — The City Council met in closed session in council chambers Monday to discuss ongoing negotiations between the city and its employees.
City Attorney Michael Rood said no decisions were made.
He said direction would be given to the city's labor negotiator to take back to the five representatives of the city's employee associations.
The talks have been ongoing for months and deal with the city's 2001-2002 budget.
At the beginning of the council's budget process earlier this year representatives of the miscellaneous employees' association protested the annual budget.
The association's spokeswoman, Gloria Grijalva, said there needed to be more input from the employees before a budget was approved.
Addressing her calls for participation, the council provided the associations with the numbers and data it used before making its hiring decisions.