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34 Pa. Code § 9.205. Determination of rates.

§ 9.205. Determination of rates.

 The Prevailing Wage Division of the Department will establish rate schedules pursuant to the following:

   (1)  The Prevailing Wage Division will, on a continuing basis, obtain rel- evant information from employers, employes, employe representatives and interested parties as an aid in determining the prevailing wage rate for localities.

   (2)  The Department will make public its proposed prevailing wage rates and advertise same in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and invite and receive written comments and objections for a period of 14-calendar days following the advertising of the proposed rates. Within 14 days after the last day for receiving comments and objections, the Department will review the proposed rates, comments, and objections and publish in the Pennsylvania Bulletin a schedule of rates which shall become effective upon publication.

   (3)  Any prospective bidder or contractor or their representative, any representative of any group of employers or of any craft or classification of workmen, or of both a group and craft or classification, engaged in the particular type of printing involved may, within a 10-day period following publication of the final rates, file with the Secretary a verified petition to review the Department’s determination of the prevailing wage rate or rates. The petition shall set forth the facts upon which it is based. Upon receipt of such petition, the Secretary will, upon notice to the petitioner and the recognized collective bargaining representatives for the particular printing crafts and classifications involved and to other interested persons who shall in writing request the Secretary so to do, hold a public hearing in accordance with the procedures set forth in 1 Pa. Code Chapter 35 (relating to formal proceedings) within 30 days after the filing of such petition. Following such hearing, the Secretary will make a determination which will be final unless appealed to the Commonwealth Court.

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