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ARTICLE XXV

BULLETIN BOARD

25.1 The City agrees to furnish the Union a suitable bulletin board, no larger than four feet by six feet (4' by 6'), to be located in the lunchroom. Use of the bulletin board will be limited to businesslike, non-accusatory Union publications and will be kept current.

25.2 Copies of administrative directives affecting the working conditions of the employees shall be posted on the City bulletin board. A copy will be furnished to the Union.

ARTICLE XXVI

RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS

26.1 The provisions of the City Charter concerning residency requirements, adopted by referendum on November 5, 1985, are herein incorporated.

ARTICLE XXVII

EXISTING BENEFITS

27.1 All written employee benefits which are not specifically provided for or abridged in this contract are hereby protected in this contract.

ARTICLE XXVIII

SAVINGS CLAUSE

28.1 Should any provision of this Agreement be found to be inoperative, void or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, all other provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect for the duration of this Agreement, it being the intention of the parties that no portion of this Agreement or provision herein shall become inoperative or fail by reason of the invalidity of any other portion or provision.

ARTICLE XXIX

PROMOTIONS

29.1 Whenever any promotional vacancy is filled within the bargaining unit, such vacancy shall be filled in accordance with the procedures established by the City of New London Personnel Board.

29.2 The probationary period for such promotion shall not exceed sixty (60) days.

29.3 Promotional vacancies filled under this article shall be posted in the department within a reasonable time when the vacancy occurs. The posting will consist of: (1) notice of vacancy; (2) the

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