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Robert S. Hite, Member
Allen C. Demarco, Member



PERB Meeting Agenda & Draft Minutes

April 10, 2017
Albany, New York


PRESENT:     ROBERT S. HITE, Member
                      ALLEN C. DEMARCO, Member

                       Staff: John F. Wirenius, Chairperson
                                Sarah G. Coleman, Deputy Chairperson
                                Kevin Flanigan, Director of Conciliation
                                David Quinn, Counsel & Director of Litigation
                                Sheila L. Kennedy, Secretary to the Board

Listen to AudioCast of Meeting - Admission of panel members.
Listen to AudioCast of Meeting - Executive Session, Voting on Agenda Cases.



  1. Board Discussion (Open Meeting)
    1. Minutes of January 24, 2017 Board Meeting for approval. -- Approved.
    2. Report from Director of Conciliation Kevin Flanigan dated April 5, 2017, regarding the following individuals seeking admission to one or more of PERB's neutral panels:

      1. Mary J. O'Connell, Esq.: Grievance Arbitration Panel.
      2. Barry J. Peek, Esq.: Mediation and Fact-finding Panel.
      3. Robert J. Reden, Esq.: Mediation and Fact-finding Panel.
      4. Timothy S. Taylor, Esq.: Interest Arbitration Panel.

  2. Executive Session (Discussion Exempt from Open Meetings Law)
    1. C-6426 - United Public Service Employees Union & Incorporated Village of Williston Park, New York & International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 808.
    2. C-6430 - Civil Service Employees Association, Inc., Local 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO & Town of Fenton.
    3. C-6429 - Teamsters Local 118 & Town of Hartsville.
    4. U-33467 - Scarsdale Uniformed Firefighters Association, Local 1394, IAFF, AFL-CIO & Village of Scarsdale.
    5. U-32620 - Town of Ulster Policemen's Benevolent Association, Inc., & Town of Ulster.
    6. U-33773 - Public Employees Federation, AFL-CIO & State of New York (Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance).
    7. U-32331 - Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs Police Benevolent Association, Inc., & County of Suffolk and Suffolk County Sheriff's office & Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association, Inc., and Superior Officers Association, Police Department of the County of Suffolk, Inc.
    8. U-35235 - Merlene Bacchus & District Council 37, AFSCME, AFL-CIO and Local 372 & Board of Education of the City School District of the City of New York.
    9. A2016-132 - City of Watertown & Watertown Professional Firefighters' Association Local 191.
    10. U-35261 - Catherine Davis & United Federation of Teachers & Board of Education of the City School District of the City of New York.
    11. U-35278 - Brian Burke & New York City Transit Authority.
    12. U-33421 - Buffalo Professional Firefighters Association, Inc., Local 282, IAFF, AFL-CIO, CLC & City of Buffalo.
    13. M. IA2014-002 - Ithaca Police Benevolent Association, Inc., & City of Ithaca.
    14. N. Litigation report given orally by David P. Quinn, Counsel.


  3. Open Session
    1. Set date for next Board Meeting.




    2. Updated: 4/10/17

  

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