San Diego man reappointed to Public Employment Relations Board

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A San Diego man was reappointed by Gov. Jerry Brown Friday to the state Public Employment Relations Board.

Eric Banks, 43, has served for two years on the quasi-judicial panel that evaluates and adjudicates unfair labor practice claims.

Banks was a partner at Ten Page Memo LLC, and served in various capacities at the Service Employees International Union, Local 221, which represents local government employees.

Banks, a former president of the local, is one of two people with SEIU ties the governor appointed to PERB, the other being named general counsel.

Banks, a Democrat, was previously a policy associate for state government affairs at the New York AIDS Coalition.

The position, which pays nearly $135,000 annually, requires Senate confirmation.

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