Compulsory Interest Arbitration Award Index



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Awards received between April 1, 1975 and March 31, 1976:

Case Number

Impasse Between

Arbitration Panel Chair

Received

CA-0048 Village of Monticello and Monticello Police Benevolent Association Walter L. Eisenberg, 8 pages 3/25/1976
CA-0052 Village of Hamburg and Hamburg Police Unit, C.S.E.A. Rodney E. Dennis, 14 pages 3/18/1976
CA-0057 City of Schenectady and City Firefighters Union, Local 28, IAFF, AFL-CIO and the Schenectady Patrolmen's Benevolent Association David C. Randles, 10 pages 3/17/1976
CA-0053 City of Niagara Falls and Local 714, Uniformed Fire Fighters Association, AFL-CIO Nathan Cohen, 10 pages 2/20/1976
CA-0030 City of North Tonawanda and North Tonawanda Police Benevolent Association, Inc. James R. Markowitz, 6 pages 1/26/1976
CA-0034 Village of Croton-on-Hudson and Croton Police Association Meyer Drucker, 10 pages 1/15/1976
CA-0004 City of Corning and Corning Int'l Association of Firefighters, Local 932 John Drotning, 8 pages 1/8/1976
CA-0038 City of Poughkeepsie and Poughkeepsie Police Benevolent Association John W. McConnell, 4 pages 12/29/1975
CA-0014 City of Auburn and Auburn Fire Fighters Association, Local 1446, IAFF Alice B. Grant, 33 pages 12/22/1975
CA-0035 Town of Orangetown and Rockland County Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, Inc., Orangetown Unit Jerome Rubenstein, 32 pages 12/19/1975
CA-0037 Village of Woodridge and Village of Woodridge Unit, C.S.E.A., Inc. Albert Heller, 6 pages 12/17/1975
CA-0033 City of Hornell and Hornell Police Association Samuel Cugalj, 9 pages 12/16/1975
CA-0006 City of Corning and Corning Police Department, Steuben Chapter C.S.E.A. John E. Sands, 12 pages 12/15/1975
CA-0044 City of Lackawanna and Lackawanna Police Benevolent Association Margery Gootnick, 20 pages 12/15/1975
CA-0039 City of Rochester and Rochester Police Locust Club Samuel Cugalj, 6 pages 12/3/1975
CA-0022 Village of Old Brookville and "Haag Club" - Orchard Park Police Department Edwin L. Guthrie, 24 pages 11/26/1975
CA-0040 City of Poughkeepsie and Poughkeepsie Prof'l Firefighters Association David C. Randles, 4 pages 11/13/1975
CA-0024 City of Hudson and Hudson Police Benevolent Association William A. Hazell, 16 pages 11/5/1975
CA-0043 City of Rochester and Rochester Fire Fighters Association, Local 1071 Samuel Cugalj, 6 pages 10/31/1975
CA-0029 Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Mamaroneck Paid Firefighters Association Paul G. Kell, 9 pages 10/28/1975
CA-0032 City of Peekskill and Peekskill Police Organization Edward Levin, 19 pages 10/21/1975
CA-0028 Town of West Seneca and Red Jacket Police Club, Inc. Jacob D. Hyman, 18 pages 10/17/1975
CA-0002 City of Amsterdam and Local 294, Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America John E. Sands, 16 pages 10/15/1975
CA-0031 City of Albany and Albany Permanent Prof'l Firefighters Association, Local 2007, IAFF, AFL-CIO Daniel G. Collins, 22 pages 9/11/1975
CA-0021 Village of Canton, NY and Canton Police Department Association Rodney E. Dennis, 13 pages 8/9/1975
CA-0018 City of North Tonawanda and North Tonawanda Prof'l Firefighters, Local 1333, IAFF Philip Ross, 4 pages 8/4/1975
CA-0025 City of Tonawanda and Police Officers Association and Local 859 Tonawanda Uniformed Firefighters Association Irving H. Sabghir, 10 pages 8/1/1975
CA-0017 Village of Lynbrook and Lynbrook Police Benevolent Association Thomas F. Carey, 8 pages 7/21/1975
CA-0019 Town of Tonawanda and Town of Tonawanda Police Club Alice B. Grant, 18 pages 7/18/1975
CA-0016 Village of Malverne and Malverne Patrolmen's Benevolent Association George Nicolau, 14 pages 7/17/1975
CA-0012 City of New Rochelle and Police Association of New Rochelle Jonas Silver, 24 pages 6/16/1975
CA-0011 City of Ogdensburg and Ogdensburg Police Benevolent Association Donald P. Goodman, 21 pages 6/2/1975
CA-0010 Village of South Nyack and South Nyack Patrolmen's Benevolent Association Jonathan S. Liebowitz, 6 pages 5/21/1975
CA-0015 City of Niagara Falls and Niagara Falls Uniformed Firefighters Association, Local 714 David C. Randles, 3 pages 5/5/1975
  

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