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Awards received between April 1, 1984 and March 31, 1985:
Arbitration Panel Chair
IA84-012 City of Oneida and the Oneida Police Benevolent Association Norman Brand, 18 pages 2/12/1985 IA84-002 Village of East Aurora and Village of East Aurora Police Benevolent Association Alice B. Grant, 11 pages 1/7/1985 IA80-016 Village of Monroe and Tri-County Federation of Police, Inc. John W. Whittlesey, 23 pages 1/4/1985 IA83-035 Village of Amityville and Amityville Police Benevolent Association Edward Levin, 22 pages 12/18/1984 IA83-030 City of Peekskill and NYS Federation of Police, Inc.(Sergeants Bargaining Unit) Theodore H. Lang, 26 pages 12/18/1984 IA83-027 Village of North Tarrytown and North Tarrytown Police Bargaining Committee Edward Levin, 16 pages 12/7/1984 IA83-040 City of Elmira and Elmira Police Benevolent Association Sumner Shapiro, 17 pages 11/20/1984 IA84-010 Village of Angola and Angola Police Benevolent Association Samuel Cugalj, 12 pages 11/19/1984 IA84-009 Village of Rockville Centre and Rockville Centre Police Benevolent Association, Inc. Jonas Aarons, 7 pages 10/24/1984 IA84-003 City of Batavia and Batavia Police Benevolent Association Herbert L. Marx Jr., 20 pages 9/24/1984 IA83-010 City of New Rochelle and New Rochelle Police Superior Officers Association, Inc. Rodney E. Dennis, 11 pages 8/24/1984 IA83-043 City of Canandaigua and Canandaigua Police Benevolent Association, Affiliated with CWA, Local 1170 Donald Cullen, 13 pages 8/20/1984 IA83-013 Town of New Windsor and New Windsor Police Benevolent Association Jonathan S. Liebowitz, 8 pages 7/27/1984 IA83-041 Town of Colonie and Colonie Police Benevolent Association Thomas N. Rinaldo, 17 pages 7/18/1984 IA82-042 City of Albany and Albany Police Department, Council 82, Local 2841 Irving R. Markowitz, 38 pages 7/18/1984 IA83-036 Village of Ossining and Village of Ossining's Policemens Benevolent Association Arthur T. Jacobs, 5 pages 6/1/1984 IA83-016 City of Ithaca and Police Benevolent Association, Ithaca, New York Jacob D. Hyman, 14 pages 5/24/1984 IA83-031 Village of Depew and Depew Police Benevolent Association Robert E. Stevens, 18 pages 4/27/1984 IA83-034 Village of Freeport and Freeport Police Benevolent Association Jonas Silver, 45 pages 4/23/1984