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Saturday, July 5, 2014


The following legal notice was noted in the Sunday, June 29, 2014 Observer Dispatch:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of New Hartford, pursuant to Civil Service Law Section 209.3, does hereby schedule a Public Hearing to be held on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at 7:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as reached in the regular course of business, in Butler Memorial Hall, 48 Genesee Street, New Hartford, NY, for the purpose of allowing the Town of New Hartford Town Supervisor and Teamsters Local 294, formerly known as Teamsters Local 182, to explain their respective positions on the Fact Finding Report of PERB appointed Fact Finder Murry Solomon and the recommended actions for resolving the bargaining impasse that exists between the Town and Teamsters Local 294 over the terms and conditions for the bargaining unit of employees employed in the Town Highway Department and represented by Teamsters Local 294 for the period subsequent to the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement covering the period from January 1, 2007 through December 31, 2010.

DATE: June 26, 2014 Gail Wolanin Young, Town Clerk OD: 6/29/2014


New Hartford NY Online has obtained a copy of the Fact Finding Report; click here!

We are also including a copy of the expired contract between the Teamsters Local Union 182 and the Town of New Hartford dated January 1, 2007 through December 31, 2010; click here!


Anonymous said...

This is ridicules, what incentive is there for these workers to actually do a good job if raises are per-determined. Also, I work for a company that used to pay insurance premiums 100% , we have been contributing a percentage for some time now, more then NH is proposing, my company can't raise the price of goods sold or we would go out of business. If only we could just charge tax payers more....

Anonymous said...

And then there was a time that there was no town tax. With the increase in sales tax income and all this commercial property what good did it do. Nothing. We would have been better off with no malls, squares or big boxes. Should be using this money just for the purposes of wages and benefits not to bank for rainy days.

Anonymous said...

Why not have one source of health coverage instead of several. Businesses usually have one.