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Nassau PBA Votes Down Contract

The Nassau County Police Benevolent Association has rejected a contract offer that would have brought pay increases of about 25 percent over the life of an 8½-year deal, Newsday reported.  The …

Det. Investigators' Pay Delay Avoids Layoffs

The Detective Investigators Association has agreed to delay a significant chunk of retroactive wages until next October in return for a no-layoff guarantee through June 30 that could be extended …

FOR THE RECORD

Two days before he stepped down as U.S. Attorney General Dec. 23, William Barr offered further evidence that earlier in the month he discovered his ethical compass while rummaging through his desk …

With a third of city public-schools closed due to coronavirus cases and an increase in the COVID positivity rate citywide, Mayor de Blasio Dec. 23 promised to add staffing to the situation room that …

Cop Unions Say 'Political' Report By DOI Omits Real Culprit: The Mayor

Countering findings from the Department of Investigation’s report on the NYPD’s response to the spring protests, police-union officials said a more-forceful initial response to the unrest and …

Trump Ready to Be The Great Excommunicator?

President Trump's Dec. 23 veto of an annual military-spending bill, and his threat—later rescinded—to send back the $900-billion stimulus bill passed two days earlier amounted to a challenge to …

Transportation Unions Help Secure $45B for Transit Under Relief Bill

While the coronavirus-relief bill that Congress passed Dec. 21 contained none of the $500 billion in aid to states requested by the National Governors Association, provided a $45-billion lifeline to …

Infants in Shelters Living in Vile, Unsafe Conditions—Comptroller

An audit of dozens of homeless shelter units uncovered infants jeopardized by living amid vermin, mold, exposed electrical outlets and other unsafe and unsanitary conditions, City Comptroller Scott …

EMS Employees First in FDNY To Receive Virus Vaccine

The Fire Department Dec. 23 oversaw its initial coronavirus vaccinations at three locations for the members of the Emergency Medical Service, with firefighters to begin getting the vaccine Dec. …

Fewer Inmates Means Fewer Prisons: State to Close 3 Facilities by March

With the prison population at a 30-year low, the state announced that it will close three of its correctional facilities within a three-month stretch. Watertown Correctional Facility in Jefferson …

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