Notice of Intent to Strike
The exclusive representative shall send notice of intent to strike to the Board and the employer by certified mail. The notice shall state the reasons for the intent to strike including the unresolved bargaining issues. The Board and the employer must receive the certified notice ten days before the first date of the strike. However, the Board will not declare a strike unlawful when the exclusive representative has entrusted the notice to the postal service for certified mailing at such time that timely delivery could reasonably be expected, provided that both the Board and the employer have actually received written notice of intent to strike at least ten days before the strike begins.