Private Sector Decision & Certification Summaries

Volume 48 - January 20, 1989 to June 21, 1991



SLRB Decision Summaries and Orders

DUNCAN REALTY CORP. AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Employer filed a petition concerning a question of representation after Local 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO claimed that it represented the building superintendent at 1641 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. The employer unsuccessfully sought to amend its petition by claiming that the appropriate unit should include the building superintendent employed by a different employer in another apartment building. SLRB concluded that the two apartment buildings were two separate and distinct physical plants with a particular superintendent assigned to each. Therefore, it determined that the most appropriate unit was a single person unit composed of the building superintendent at 1641 Ocean Avenue. In addition, SLRB rejected the union's contract bar argument noting that the contract had expired prior to the employer filing the representation petition, and SLRB ordered a secret ballot election with respect to the single person unit. (48 SLRB 3, Case No. SEE-56682, 1/20/89)

RELIABLE MANAGEMENT CORP. AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Employer filed a petition concerning a question of representation after Local 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO claimed that it represented the building superintendent at 8100 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, New York. The employer unsuccessfully sought to amend its petition by claiming that the appropriate unit should include the building superintendent employed by a different employer in another apartment building. SLRB concluded that the two apartment buildings were two separate and distinct physical plants with a particular superintendent assigned to each. Therefore, it determined that the most appropriate unit was a single person unit composed of the building superintendent at 8100 Bay Parkway. In addition, SLRB rejected the union's contract bar argument noting that the contract had expired prior to the employer filing the representation petition, and SLRB ordered a secret ballot election with respect to the single person unit. (48 SLRB 6, Case No. SEE-56683, 1/20/89)

BELLA WARSHAW, OWNER AND WARSHAW REALTY CO., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 111-115 Tibbets Road, Yonkers, New York. (48 SLRB 9, Case No. SE-56934, 2/10/89)

ANTHONY CARLINO & KATHY CARLINO d/b/a CASEY'S OLD TOWNE PUB AND HOTEL, MOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS UNION, LOCAL 471, AFL-CIO SLRB denied in part, and granted in part, exceptions filed by a labor organization and the SLRB's Litigation Attorney to an intermediate report issued by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). The ALJ recommended dismissal of an unfair labor practice complaint alleging that the employers violated 704.4 and 704.5 of the State Labor Relations Act when they laid-off two employees working at a restaurant and bar in Lake Placid. Although the lay-offs occurred shortly after the employees had engaged in protected concerted activities, the ALJ found that the lay-offs resulted from an economic decision made by the employers, prior to the concerted activity, to temporarily close in order to make changes to the nature of the business. SLRB accepted those recommendations to dismiss the retaliatory discharge complaint but reversed the ALJ's evidentiary ruling to accept into evidence seven affidavits from witnesses who did not testify at the hearing. However, SLRB, with Chairman Fanning dissenting, reversed the ALJ's recommendation to dismiss the complaint alleging that the employers engaged in an unfair labor practice when they failed to rehire one of the two employees after reopening the restaurant. The majority concluded that the evidence established that the employers were motivated by unlawful animus based upon the employee's protected activities and that the employers' nondiscriminatory justification of their action was pretextual. In his dissent, Chairman Fanning rejected the majority's analysis of the evidence, and criticized the participation of one of the Board members comprising the majority. Chairman Fanning asserted that the Board member should have recused herself because her brother, who headed the labor organization involved in the case, testified at the hearing. Finally, the Board ordered a secret ballot election of the agreed-upon unit. See, 48 SLRB 292. (48 SLRB 23, Case Nos. CE-1966, CU-1970, CU-1974, 2/28/89)

2108 RYER AVENUE REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of a building superintendent employed at 2108 Ryer Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 58, Case No. SE-57016, 4/28/89)

NICHOLAS CHIMIENTI AND NICHOLAS RIZZO, OWNERS AND V & N MANAGEMENT COMPANY, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employers engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when they failed to respond to the written and oral requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a successor collective bargaining agreement. (48 SLRB 64, Case No. SU-56996, 6/2/89)

AL-ED MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB dismissed, on jurisdictional grounds, a petition to represent a single person unit consisting of a building superintendent in a combined residential and commercial apartment building in the Bronx. Applying the jurisdictional standards of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for residential properties, SLRB examined the combined gross revenues of the four residential properties owned and managed by the same employer, and concluded that the NLRB would assert jurisdiction based upon the combined gross rent revenues from the four properties. See, Carol Management Corp, 133 NLRB 1126 (1961); Parkview Gardens, 166 NLRB 697 (1967); Pacific Hosts, Inc. Padre Trails Motel Corp., 156 NLRB 1467 (1966). (48 SLRB 78, Case No. SE-56951, 6/23/89)

EKANATH MALAVADE AND ANDREW MENALOU d/b/a 2761 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employers engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when, following negotiations resulting in an agreement, they failed to respond to written and oral requests from the labor organization to execute a collective bargaining agreement. (48 SLRB 82, Case No.SU-57064, 9/14/89)

THE HUDSON GUILD AND LOCAL 906, AFL-CIO, RWDSU Following a declination of jurisdiction by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), SLRB asserted jurisdiction over a non-profit employer that provides social services at a senior citizens center pursuant to a contract with the City of New York, and SLRB directed the conducting of a secret ballot election. In asserting jurisdiction, SLRB emphasized that when the NLRB has declined jurisdiction, SLRB will apply the applicable tests of statutory jurisdiction under the State Labor Relations Act (SLRA). Furthermore, it emphasized that unlike the NLRB, SLRB does not have the discretion to decline jurisdiction over employers and employees covered by the SLRA. Therefore, SLRB took jurisdiction over the employer although the employer's contract with the City of New York may impair its ability to establish and modify terms and conditions of employment through negotiations. (48 SLRB 92, Case No. SE-56726, 9/22/89)

1940 OCEAN AVENUE REALTY COMPANY, OWNER AND L & M PAPERNO ASSOCIATES, AGENT AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO SLRB rejected an employer's argument that a second position should be included in a bargaining unit with a building superintendent reasoning that the duties of the second position were supervisory in nature and therefore the position should be excluded from the unit. (48 SLRB 98, Case No. SE-57059, 10/13/89)

CATON BMT ASSOCIATES, OWNER, VICTOR ZILBER, 7A ADMINISTRATOR STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 1829 Canton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. (48 SLRB 107, Case No. SE-57055, 11/3/89)

DEB ASSOCIATES, OWNER SALEM MANAGEMENT COMPANY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at The Manors at South Mountain in Pomona, Rockland County, New York. (48 SLRB 109, Case No. SE-5726, 11/10/89)

ROSALIND SPODEK, IRVING SPODEK, BORIS SPODEK, OWNERS AND LAURENCE J. GOLD, RECEIVER AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 10 Stratford Road, Brooklyn, New York. (48 SLRB 111, Case No. SE-57089, 11/10/89)

3280 REALTY CORP., OWNER AND ROBERT P. CANDEE, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 3289 Rochambeau Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 121, Case No. SE-57197, 11/27/89)

98 THAYER ASSOCIATES AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO A representation petition by Local 32B-32J, SEIU, AFL-CIO to be certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in an apartment building at 98 Thayer Street, New York, New York was dismissed after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he did not want such representation. (48 SLRB 125, Case No. SEE-57230, 12/8/89)

MELROSE ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when it failed to respond to requests from the labor organization to commence negotiations for a successor collective bargaining agreement. (48 SLRB 130, Case No. SU-56985, 12/8/89)

TARGET V PHASE I DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of three building service employees employed at 1971 and 1975 Grant Avenue, Bronx, New York. The employer objected to the ordering of the election, arguing that the three building service employees were probationary and that HUD regulations prevented the employer from negotiating wage increases without HUD approval. SLRB rejected both objections based on the employer's failure to present at the hearing a copy of the probation policy or the employer's management agreement with HUD. SLRB also rejected the employer's argument that the buildings' on-site manager, the bookkeeper and the handyman should be included in the unit. SLRB reasoned that the on-site manager and the bookkeeper were supervisory and clerical, respectively, and therefore, were properly excluded from a unit composed of building service employees. With respect to the handyman, SLRB determined that the handyman was also properly excluded from the unit because it found that insufficient evidence was produced at the hearing to support a finding that the handyman did physical labor at both apartment buildings. (48 SLRB 146, Case No. SE-57175, 1/3/90)

3890 BROADWAY ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND RUCKMAN MANAGEMENT, INC., AGENT, LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, INTERVENOR. Intervenor Stationary Engineers, Fireman, Maintenance and Building Service Employees Union unsuccessfully argued that petitioner SEIU, Local 32B-32J, should not be certified because intervenor had signed a collective bargaining agreement with the employer after the petition had been filed, and because the petition failed to give notice of the petitioner's interest in the proceeding because the premises were incorrectly described on the petition. SLRB rejected the intervenor's arguments, citing precedent that the renewal of a contract after the filing of a petition did not constitute a contract bar. Additionally, it pointed out that contrary to the Intervenor's argument, the employer signed the contract at a time when it was on notice of the petitioner's claim. Intervenor also argued that the certification was inappropriate because it had obtained a designation card from the sole employee ten months before the instant petition was filed. In light of the employee's denial of ever having signed the card or ever receiving benefits through the intervenor, SLRB rejected intervenor's argument. (48 SLRB 150, Case No. SE-56975, 1/5/90)

PIERSON PROPERTY CORP. AND 2440 OLINVILLE PROPERTY CORP. AND SILLIMAN PROPERTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 2280, 2300 and 2440 Olinville Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 155, Case Nos. SE-57021, SE-57022, SE-57025, 1/5/90)

BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY AND IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all building service employees employed at 866 Beck Street, 788 Fox Street, 783 Beck Street, 1244-46 Westchester Avenue, and 993 Intervale Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 164, Case No. SE-57306, 1/26/90)

LP SHELDRAKE DORMS AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of all service and maintenance employees employed at Draw D, Loch Sheldrake, Sullivan County, New York. (48 SLRB 168, Case No. SE-57403, 2/9/90)

99 RIVERSIDE HOUSING CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32B-32J, AFL-CIO SLRB examined the job duties, authority and compensation of the superintendent, two full-time doormen, and two part-time doormen to determine whether the employees should be placed together into a single unit or in separate units. SLRB reiterated that in determining whether an employee should be placed in a separate unit it will consider the following factors: the power to recommend hiring and firing; a greater salary; a different method of compensation; and the exercise of supervisory authority. Based on these factors, SLRB ordered that the superintendent be placed in a single unit. Although SLRB's general practice is to include regular part-time doormen in a unit with other doormen, in this case SLRB concluded that two part-time doormen should be excluded from the unit of full-time doormen because the full-time doormen receive a full array of fringe benefits including leave and health insurance. Therefore, SLRB ordered separate secret ballot elections for a unit consisting of the building superintendent employed at 315 West 99th Street, Manhattan, New York, and for a unit consisting of full-time doormen, excluding part-time doormen and all other employees, employed at 315 West 99th Street, Manhattan, New York. (48 SLRB 176, Case No. SE-57109, 4/6/90)

TWO GIRLS CORP., OWNER AND SHOMER MANAGEMENT CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A secret ballot election was directed for a bargaining unit consisting of building service employees employed at 1166 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 185, Case No. SE-57388, 4/6/90)

TUDOR REALTY CO. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO, PETITIONER AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO, INTERVENOR SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building superintendent employed at 1183 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. SLRB rejected the intervenor's contract bar argument noting that a contract signed during the pendency of a representation proceeding is not a bar to an election. (48 SLRB 193, Case No. SE-57308, 4/13/90)

BEL CANTO OPERA COMPANY, INC. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER NEW YORK, AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when it failed to respond to the demand from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement. The evidence before the ALJ indicated that the labor organization had been selected by a majority of the employees in the unit to be their exclusive bargaining representative. The employer's failure to show a good faith doubt as to the union's majority status as well as the employer's anti-union statements indicated that the employer never intended to bargain with the union. (48 SLRB 196, Case Nos. SU-56111, SE-56619, 4/13/90)

2454 TIEBOUT AVENUE PARTNERS, OWNERS AND SOLOFF MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 2454 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 214, Case No. SE-57459, 4/13/90)

1504 SHERIDAN AVENUE ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1504 Sheridan Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 216, Case No. SE-57424, 4/13/90)

PETROS NEAMONITAKIS AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.4, 704.5, and 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act (Act) when it discharged a building superintendent shortly after receiving notice that the superintendent had joined the union and when it refused to bargain in good faith with the union. SLRB adopted the ALJ's rejection of the employer's arguments that it discharged the superintendent because of poor job performance and because he refused to attend a deposition at the employer's request. The timing of the discharge just two days after the employer received notice that the superintendent had joined the union without any credible contrary explanation was sufficient to support a finding of a violation of the Act. With respect to the union's charge that the employer refused to bargain with the union, the SLRB adopted the ALJ's determination that the evidence of the employer's discharge of the sole employee within the bargaining unit demonstrated the employer's refusal to bargain. (48 SLRB 218, Case Nos. SU-57067, SU-57077, 4/20/90)

LEFSTEN REALTY CORP. AND ZIV-SHARON CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO, INTERVENOR Service Employees International Union, Local 32E, AFL-CIO, filed a petition seeking certification as the bargaining representative of the superintendent employed at 2350-56 Ryer Avenue, Bronx, New York. In response, the employer asserted that the more appropriate unit consisted of the superintendent at the building, and the superintendent and the handyman at another apartment building at 105 East 168th Street, because all three employees performed work at both buildings and the working conditions at both buildings were the same. Intervenor agreed with the employer's interpretation of the more appropriate unit. SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 2350-56 Ryer Avenue and 105 East 168th Street, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 247, Case No. SE-57460, 5/11/90)

LEMLE AND WOLFF, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 2078 Morris Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 257, Case No. SE-57503, 6/22/90)

PRUDENCIO CEPEDA AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO. SLRB rejected employer's argument that the superintendent should not be allowed to designate a collective bargaining representative because he was a part-time employee, noting that SLRB has consistently held that part-time employees are entitled to representation under the State Labor Relations Act. (48 SLRB 261, Case No. SE-57509, 5/22/90)

SHA REALTY, A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, AND JUDA WOLF, GENERAL PARTNER, OWNER 189 ROSS ASSOCIATES, A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, JUDA WOLF, GENERAL PARTNER, OWNER HAS REALTY, A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, JUDA WOLF, GENERAL PARTNER, OWNER SAMUEL KASTENBAUM d/b/a/ Z.F. MANAGEMENT, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32B-32J, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered secret ballot elections for three separate units each consisting of the building superintendent at three separate locations: 286 South 2nd Street, 189 Ross Street and 393 Hewes Street, Brooklyn, New York. In addition, SLRB determined that the alleged collective bargaining agreements between the union and the former owner of the subject premises, entered into following the sale of the building to the new owners did not preclude continuation of the Board's investigation. (48 SLRB 268, Case Nos. SEE-57331, SEE-57332, SEE-57333, 5/25/90)

305 ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND THE WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD., MANAGING AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employer failed to respond to the written and oral requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (48 SLRB 276, Case No. SU-57392, 6/19/90)

289 ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND THE WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD., MANAGING AGENT STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employers engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employer failed to respond to the written and oral requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (48 SLRB 282, Case No. SU-57383, 6/19/90)

ANTHONY CARLINO & KATHY CARLINO d/b/a CASEY'S OLD TOWN PUB AND HOTEL, MOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS UNION, LOCAL 471, AFL-CIO Upon remand from a decision by an Essex County Supreme Court Justice vacating the SLRB's prior decision, the SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the initial intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employer did not engage in unfair labor practices as alleged in the complaint. See, 48 SLRB 23. (48 SLRB 292, Case Nos. CU-1970, CU-1974, 6/19/90)

CATON BMT ASSOCIATES, OWNER, AND VICTOR ZILBER, 7A ADMINISTRATOR AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employers engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employers failed to respond to the written and oral requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when they failed to bargain with the union. (48 SLRB 301, Case No. SU-57439, 6/22/90)

ZEAL MANAGEMENT CORP. AND FACTORY & BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187 SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 101 Lincoln Road, Brooklyn, New York. (48 SLRB 307, Case No. SE-57485, 6/29/90)

JEDI REALTY CORP. AND UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB rejected employer's argument that the superintendent's wishes should be disregarded in the representation case because he had been notified of his termination at the time he testified in support of representation. The SLRB noted that the superintendent was still employed at the time he testified and therefore his wishes were entitled to full consideration. (48 SLRB 309, Case No. SE-57567, 7/13/90)

3554 DEKALB REALTY CORP., OWNER AND BECIR SANANAJ, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.4 and 704.5 of the State Labor Relations Act (Act) when the employer, who had made anti-union statements to the building superintendent on several occasions, discharged the building superintendent one month after the employer was notified that the superintendent was represented by the labor organization. SLRB also adopted the ALJ's opinion finding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the Act when the employer discharged the superintendent in response to the labor organization's written request to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement. (48 SLRB 321, Case Nos. SU-57248, SU-57388, 7/27/90)

3175-77 VILLA AVENUE TENANTS ASSOCIATION AND FORDHAM BEDFORD HOUSING CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employer failed to respond to the written requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement. (48 SLRB 343, Case No. SU-57514, 8/3/90)

750, 760, 770 BRYANT AVENUE ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 750, 760, 770 Bryant Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 363, Case No. SE-57654, 9/28/90)

GERTRUDE BAUER & BAUER BROTHERS, OWNER B & B MANAGEMENT, AGENT AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO, PETITIONER AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB dismissed a representation petition based upon a contract bar. At the time the petition was filed, the employer had an unexpired collective bargaining agreement with another union and the employer had made contributions to that union's welfare and annuity funds. (48 SLRB 365, Case No. SE-57301, 10/12/90)

SHMONIE CORP, OWNER, FEIN REALTY MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 306 East 171st Street, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 368, Case No. SE-57612, 10/12/90)

SIDNEY SILVERSTEIN et al d/b/a 2051 GRAND CONCOURSE, OWNER BELMONT MANAGEMENT GROUP, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB rejected employer's argument that SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO should not be certified because the at-issue building superintendent in the single person unit had been discharged. The evidence established that the superintendent remained on the payroll and was expected to perform his duties. SLRB also rejected the employer's argument that the building superintendent shared a community of interest with a clerical employee who managed the apartment building. The evidence demonstrated that the clerical employee did not perform physical labor or maintenance at the at-issue building. (48 SLRB 105, Case No. SE-57559, 10/19/90)

TOPOROVSKY & SONS REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB rejected a contract bar claim to a representation petition by SEIU, Local 32E seeking to represent a single person unit composed of the building superintendent working at 2315 University Avenue, Bronx, New York. At the time that the superintendent was hired, the building was covered by a collective bargaining agreement with the intervenor union. Although aware that he was represented, the superintendent never joined the intervenor even after the employer and the intervenor union signed a successor agreement. SLRB rejected the contract bar argument by the intervenor stating that it has "consistently held that a non-representative contract will not preclude a determination of a representative. Representative status must be achieved before a contract is executed." (footnotes omitted) Therefore, SLRB ordered an election for the superintendent to select between the two competing unions. (48 SLRB 375, Case No. SE-57595, 10/26/90)

1744 CLAY ASSOCIATES, OWNERS, AND J.P. MCCUTCHEON MANAGEMENT, MANAGING AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.4, 704.5 and 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act. (48 SLRB 381, Case No. SU-57408, 11/2/90)

CHRIST THE KING REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AND LAY FACULTY ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 1261 AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, AFL-CIO In these consolidated cases, a divided SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), as modified. The ALJ had rejected the employer's jurisdictional defense premised upon its claim that an assertion of jurisdiction by SLRB would violate the employer's free exercise rights under the First Amendment because it is a Catholic high school. The ALJ's conclusion was based upon Second Circuit decisions inCatholic High School Association of the Archdiocese of New York v Culvert, 753 F.2d 1161 (2d Cir 1985) and Christ the King Regional High School v Culvert et al, 815 F. 2d 219 (2d Cir 1987). The ALJ found that the employer failed to bargain in good faith by engaging in per se unfair labor practices by a) failing to provide the union, as requested, with wage data and the master contracts covering the health and hospital plan, the long-term disability insurance, and the workers compensation insurance; and b) by refusing to negotiate over non-monetary issues. The ALJ also concluded that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice when members of the employer's Board of Trustees approached striking teachers to inquire what it would require to settle the strike and when the school sent directly to faculty members its "final offer" that had not been presented to the union during negotiations. The ALJ also found that the employer violated Labor Law 704.6 by delaying compliance with its obligations to make its books and records available after it placed its financial condition in issue during the first bargaining session. Adopting the NLRB standard, the ALJ determined that the strike was an unfair labor practice strike based upon the employer's failure to furnish wage data and the insurance policies, and by delaying the union's audit of the financial information. Finally, the ALJ concluded that the employer threatened and thereafter terminated the strikers engaged in an unfair labor practice strike. As a remedy, the ALJ recommended that the employer be required to offer reinstatement to terminated strikers but without back pay because neither the union nor the individuals made an unconditional offer to return to work. In reaching that conclusion, the ALJ relied upon L.J.F. Corp., 23 SLRB 116 (1960). 48 SLRB 403 (09/26/89)

After receiving the exceptions and conducting oral argument, an SLRB majority rejected the ALJ's recommended conclusion that the employer's failure to produce its books and records for a union audit constituted an unfair labor practice. However, Member Hammer dissented, in part, asserting that the employer did engage in an unfair labor practice through its delay in making the records available. In addition, she would have found that the discharged employees were entitled to back wages and reinstatement from the date of their discharge asserting that SLRB's rule in L.J.F. Corp should no longer be followed because it was based upon NLRB case law that had since been overruled by the NLRB and circuit courts with respect to remedying the unlawful discharge of strikers. Finally, Member Keegan dissented in part from those findings with regard to the employer's refusal to provide requested information. (48 SLRB 390, Case Nos. SU-54098, SU-54126-SU-54136, SU-54138, SU-54140-SU-54142, SU-54145-SU-54151, SU-54153-SU-54165, SU-54167-SU-54171, SU-54173-SU-54176, SU-54178-SU-54188, SU-54191-SU-54195, 11/2/90)

ARTHUR FEIN, HYMAN FEIN, NAOMI WOLINETZ, JOSEPH WARSHAW AND TOBY WARSHAW, d/b/a MOSHOLU REALTY CO., OWNER, AND FEIN REALTY MANAGEMENT CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employer failed to respond to a written request from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a successor collective bargaining agreement and failed to appear for scheduled bargaining sessions. (48 SLRB 425, Case No. SU-57387, 11/30/90)

MARIAN LANGLEY, 7A ADMINISTRATOR AND LOCAL 32E, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act when the employer failed to respond to written requests from the incumbent union seeking to commence negotiations. (48 SLRB 435, Case No. SU-57533, 11/30/90)

GRANITE REALTY ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 10 Hillside Avenue, New York, New York. (48 SLRB 453, Case No. SE-57681, 11/30/90)

ELMWOOD PARK CONDO I, OWNERS ISLAND CONDO MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU SLRB rejected the employer's argument that the representation petition was fatally defective because it included the incorrect address of the at-issue condominium. It noted that at the time of the hearing, the employer was aware of the unit that the petitioner was seeking to represent and the employer had a full opportunity to offer evidence in opposition to the petition. (48 SLRB 117, Case No. SE-57702, 11/30/90)

ERENIK REALTY INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act by failing to respond to written requests to commence collective bargaining and by refusing to attend a scheduled collective bargaining session. (48 SLRB 464, Case No. SU-57648, 1/11/91)

B.U.I.L.D., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act by failing to respond to written and oral requests to commence collective bargaining. (48 SLRB 473, Case No. SU-57426, 1/18/91)

BRYANT MEWS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND CO. INC., OWNER MBD COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1700 Bryant Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 498, Case No. SE-57781, 2/21/91)

H.S.C. MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1165 Gerard Avenue, Brooklyn, New York (48 SLRB 503, Case No. SE-57790, 3/1/91)

HELGAMO MANAGEMENT INC., OWNER AND TONY EVANS, 7A ADMINISTRATOR AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.4 and 704.5 of the State Labor Relations Act by discharging a building superintendent for engaging in union activity and engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act by failing to commence negotiations. The evidence demonstrated that shortly after learning that the employee had joined the union, the employer responded with a course of harassment leading to his discharge. In addition, the evidence established that the employer did not respond to a demand to commence collective bargaining. (48 SLRB 505, Case Nos. SU-57417, SU-57418, 3/1/91)

STEVEN FINKELSTEIN, OWNER AND FINKELSTEIN AND MORGAN, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1270 Gerard Avenue, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 521, Case No. SE-57679, 3/8/91)

1535 OWNERS ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND MAURICE MANN et al. d/b/a MANN REALTY ASSOCIATES, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1535 Undercliff Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. (48 SLRB 523, Case No. SE-57627, 3/8/91)

1038-1050 OCEAN AVENUE REALTY CORP. AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act by terminating an initial bargaining session and by failing to respond to telephone messages from the union with respect to negotiations. (48 SLRB 525, Case No. SU-57657, 3/15/91)

1776 BRONX REALTY INC., OWNER AND WAVECREST MGMT. TEAM LTD., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of two building service employees at 261 Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, New York. (48 SLRB 537, Case No. SE-57824, 5/8/91)

PRUDENCIO CEPEDA, 7A ADMINISTRATOR AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SLRB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of 704.6 of the State Labor Relations Act failing to respond to four written requests from the union to commence collective bargaining. (48 SLRB 541, Case No. SU-57676, 5/23/91)




SLRB Certifications

ZEF CAMAG, OWNER AND C.I.S. MANAGEMENT CO., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 685 East 225th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 1, Case No. SE-56917, 1/20/89)

V & G HEATH AVENUE REALTY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 3075 Heath Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 11, Case No. SE-56952, 2/10/89)

GARSAN REALTY INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 727-29 Union Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 13, Case No. SE-56930, 2/10/89)

NICHOLAS HAROS, OWNER, NICHOLAS HAROS, d/b/a NANCY MAY REALTY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2476 Webb Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 15, Case No. SE-56908, 2/17/89)

V & G HEATH AVENUE REALTY CO. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 3100 Heath Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that she wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 17, Case No. SE-56904, 2/10/89)

295 ST. JOHNS OWNERS INC., OWNER AND J.H. TAYLOR MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND STATIONARY EMPLOYEES, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO Stationary Employees, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 295 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 19, Case No. SE-56873, 2/17/89)

WASHINGTON & TAN CO., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1657 Unionport Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 21, Case No. SE-56953, 2/10/89)

ARNOLD B. ANDERSON AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1090-98 Croes Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 56, Case No. SE-56772, 3/23/89)

BY MY REALTY CORP., OWNER AND JOHN MURRAY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIOwas certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2408 Cambreleng Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 60, Case No. SE-56922, 5/26/89)

MARK LULGJURAJ d/b/a PELHAM BAY MANAGEMENT CO. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2955 East 196th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 62, Case No. SE-57008, 5/26/89)

B.U.I.L.D., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2055/2059 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 74, Case No. SE-57031, 6/23/89)

B.U.I.L.D., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 352 East 141st Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 76, Case No. SE-57040, 6/23/89)

ERENIK REALTY, INC., AND SAM ZHERKA AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2071 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 101, Case No. SE-57074, 10/27/89)

1460 COLLEGE REALTY ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND G & F MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1464-1460 College Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 103, Case No. SE-57081, 10/27/89)

K & H MANAGEMENT & REALTY INC. AND HAFIZ M.M. ELLAHI AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 1636 and 1640 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 105, Case No. SE-57111, 11/3/89)

621 ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND STREAMLINE MANAGEMENT INC., MANAGING AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 621 Rutland Road, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 113, Case No. SE-57054, 11/17/89)

BEHROOZ FARHADIAN AND MAJID KAHEN, OWNERS AND AURIC REALTY CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 506 West 213th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 116, Case No. SE-57278, 11/17/89)

JELEQUITIES INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of a part-time building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 1462 Taylor Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. SLRB rejected employer's argument that certification was inappropriate because the part-time superintendent was also a full-time New York City employee who already received benefits under a collectively negotiated agreement. (48 SLRB 118, Case No. SE-57186, 1/27/89)

1124 CARROLL REALTY ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 1124 and 1126 Carroll Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 123, Case No. SE-57304, 12/8/89)

125 EAST 18TH STREET ASSOCIATES AND d/b/a EAST 18TH STREET ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND M.P. MANAGEMENT COMPANY AGENT AND - UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO United Service Employees, Local 377, RWDSU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 125 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 127, Case No. SE-57312, 12/8/89)

LPTG FARRAGUT REALTY COMPANY, OWNER AND BEVERLEY REALTY CORP., AGENT AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO Local 32B-32J, SEIU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 3301 Farragut Road, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 140, Case No. SE-57324, 12/8/89)

HEATH ASSOCIATES AND AKAM ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 244 Fieldstone Terrace, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 142, Case No. SE-57351, 12/28/89)

KLLEZNA ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 800 East 179th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 144, Case No. SE-57357, 12/28/89)

3890 BROADWAY ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND RUCKMAN MANAGEMENT, INC., AGENT, LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, INTERVENOR SEIU, Local 32B-32J, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 3890 Broadway, Manhattan, New York after the superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 150, Case No. SE-56975, 1/5/90)

PEMPTO REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 55 Evelyn Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 158, Case No. SE-57351, 1/26/90)

WADSWORTH VENTURA ASSOCIATIONS, OWNER AND JOSEPH J. SBIROLI, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 367 Wadsworth Avenue, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 160, Case No. SE-57382, 1/26/90)

ST. ANDREWS ASSOCIATES AND CAESAR DEFEO AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 15 St. Andrews Place, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 162, Case No. SE-57398, 1/26/90)

180 E.104TH STREET TENANTS ASSOCIATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 180 East 104th Street, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 166, Case No. SE-57407, 2/9/90)

3175-77 VILLAGE AVENUE TENANTS AND ASSOCIATION AND FORDHAM BEDFORD HOUSING CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 3175-77 Villa Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 170, Case No. SE-57299, 2/9/90)

2675 CRESTON AVENUE PARTNERS, OWNER AND REAL ESTATE SOLOFF MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2675 Creston Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that she wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 172, Case No. SE-S57328, 2/15/90)

SENAREIS PROPERTIES, OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance and Building Service Union, Local 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 930 St. Nicholas Avenue, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 174, Case No. SE-57310, 3/9/90)

SIMCHA MANDELBAUM et al, d/b/a 507 REALTY CO. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 507 West 184th Street, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 180, Case No. SE-57381, 4/6/90)

JOSEPH AQUINO, MADELINE CASSIN, AND THOMAS MAROCCOLI d/b/a 263 PALISADES AVENUE COMPANY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 263 Palisades Avenue, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 183, Case No. SE-57450, 4/6/90)

NINA DUNN APARTMENTS TENANTS LEAGUE AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1670 Longfellow Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 187, Case No. SE-57448, 4/6/90)

645 BARRETTO STREET HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND CORPORATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 645 Barretto Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 189, Case No. SE-57346, 4/6/90)

FAIRFIELD MANAGEMENT CORP. AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 135 Amersfort Place, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 191, Case No. SE-57457, 4/13/90)

G.G. EQUITIES GROUP, OWNER AND TIME EQUITIES INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2636 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 235, Case No. SE-57319, 5/9/90)

KNOLL & WEINBERG REALTY CORP. AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32B-32J, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1806 48th Street, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 237, Case No. SE-57478, 5/9/90)

KNOLL & WEINBERG REALTY CORP. AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32B-32J, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1805 49th Street, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 239, Case No. SE-57479, 5/9/90)

LEMLE AND WOLFF, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1785 Townsend Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 241, Case No. SE-57482, 5/9/90)

ERENIK REALTY INC., OWNER CLEARVIEW REALTY CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2071 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 243, Case No. SE-57492, 5/9/90)

1025-1027 LEGGETT AVENUE HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT FUND CORPORATION, OWNER AND BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1025-27 Leggett Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 245, Case No. SE-57495, 5/9/90)

JACK ROSEN d/b/a ROSCOE REALTY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 41 Main Street, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 253, Case No. SE-57484, 5/22/90)

B.U.I.L.D. INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 900 Bronx Park South, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 255, Case No. SE-57512, 5/22/90)

LEMLE & WOLFF INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2195 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 257, Case No. SE-57483, 5/22/90)

STRATFORD REALTY ASSOCIATES, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1255 Stratford Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 259, Case No. SE-57510, 5/22/90)

PRUDENCIO CEPEDA AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 530 East 95th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 261, Case No. SE-57509, 5/22/90)

BROADWALL MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 50 Columbus Avenue Tuckahoe, Westchester, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 264, Case No. SE-57519, 5/22/90)

NICHOLAS HAROS d/b/a AND GAVIOTA REALTY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1576 Taylor Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 266, Case No. SE-57516, 5/22/90)

MORRIS PLAZA INC., OWNER AND M & S MANAGEMENT, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 770 Faile Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 295, Case No. SE-57540, 6/22/90)

JEDI REALTY CORP. AND UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1451 Taylor Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. SLRB rejected the employer's argument that the superintendent's wishes should have been disregarded because the superintendent was notified of his termination at the time he gave his testimony in support of representation. SLRB noted that the superintendent was still employed at the time he testified and that his wishes were entitled to full consideration. (48 SLRB 309, Case No. SE-57567, 7/13/90)

NEW DAWN DEVELOPMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2253 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 312, Case No. SE-57580, 7/20/90)

2123 TIEBOUT ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2123 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 314, Case No. SE-57581, 7/20/90)

WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 2312 and 2316 Loring Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 317, Case No. SE-57579, 7/20/90)

R & G ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND MANOR MANAGEMENT, AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, RWDSU Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, RWDSU was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 37-49 Payson Avenue, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 319, Case No. SE-57550, 7/20/90)

O.T. COMPANY, OWNER AND TOPOROVSKY & SONS REALTY CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2305 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 336, Case No. SE-57596, 8/17/90)

REBUILD INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2317 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 339, Case No. SE-57598, 8/17/90)

NICK TSESMELIS, 7A ADMINISTRATOR AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32B-32J, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 509 West 212th Street, Manhattan, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 341, Case No. SE-57245, 8/17/90)

1900 REALTY CORP. AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BLDG. SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, RWDSU, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1900 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 353, Case No. SE-57628, 9/21/90)

1535 WESTCHESTER REALTY ASSOCIATES, OWNER, AND ISJ MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 1531 and 1535 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 355, Case No. SE-57630, 9/21/90)

H.S.C. MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2300 Loring Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 357, Case No. SE-57652, 9/21/90)

NEW DAWN SUNRISE, OWNER WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2257 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 359, Case No. SE-57640, 9/21/90)

ENAYA PROPERTIES, OWNER ANDBIG CITY REALTY MANAGEMENT CORP. INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 155 West 162nd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 361, Case No. SE-57639, 9/28/90)

JOHN G. CARNEY, ESQ. RECEIVER AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 361 Parkview Avenue, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 370, Case No. SE-57664, 10/19/90)

SIDNEY SILVERSTEIN et al d/b/a 2051 GRAND CONCOURSE, OWNER BELMONT MANAGEMENT GROUP, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2051 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 372, Case No. SE-57559, 10/19/90)

NICHOLAS HAROS, OWNER NICHOLAS HAROS d/b/a ATLANTIS MANAGEMENT CO., AGENTAND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2894 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 387, Case No. SE-57670, 11/2/90)

BRONX NEW DAWN RENAISSANCE VII L.P., OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 15 North Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 445, Case No. SE-57662, 11/30/90)

H.S.C. MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 130 West 183rd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 447, Case No. SE-57699, 11/30/90)

NATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, INC., AGENT 1245 FINDLAY REALTY ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1245 Findlay Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 449, Case No. SE-57686, 11/30/90)

WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2226 Loring Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 451, Case No. SE-57703, 11/30/90)

ELMWOOD PARK CONDO I, OWNERS ISLAND CONDO MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at Elmwood Park Condo, Staten Island, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 455, Case No. SE-57702, 11/30/90)

PARKOFF MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 507 West 186th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 458, Case No. SE-57734, 12/28/90)

35 FORT WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES, OWNER MAROLDA PROPERTIES INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 35 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 460, Case No. SE-57722, 12/28/90)

DIAMOND CLOVE INC. AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670, AFL-CIO, RWDSU was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 248 Audubon Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 462, Case No. SE-57728, 12/28/90)

MANHATTAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES INC. 1460 G.C. ASSOCIATES, INC., OWNER AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1460 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 483, Case No. SU-57767, 2/1/91)

1665-75 BRYANT AVENUE AND REDEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, OWNER MBD COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1665 Bryant Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 485, Case No. SE-57780, 2/15/91)

1490 CROTONA, A PARTNERSHIP MBD COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1490 Crotona Park East, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 488, Case No. SE-57782, 2/15/91)

MBD HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUNDCOMPANY INC., OWNER MBD COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1711 Hoe Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 490, Case No. SE-57783, 2/15/91)

BRONX NEW DAWN RENAISSANCE VII, OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2315 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 493, Case No. SE-57735, 2/15/91)

WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LIMITED AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2407 Morris Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 496, Case No. SE-57736, 2/15/91)

ROSE ELLEN SMITH HDFC, OWNER MBD COMMUNITY HOUSING CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1131 West Farms Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 501, Case No. SE-57792, 2/27/91)

JOSEPH CASSIN AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 476 East 187th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 539, Case No. SE-57836, 5/20/91)

JOHN S. PEREIRA, TRUSTEE AND NORWAX ASSOCIATES INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 63 Adrian Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 551, Case No. SE-57846, 6/12/91)

SEDGWICK AVENUE ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND STONECREST MANAGEMENT INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 326 Audubon Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 553, Case No. SE-57848, 6/12/91)

STEVEN GREEN, OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 612-616 West 182nd Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 555, Case No. SE-57858, 6/12/91)

BRONX RENAISSANCE VLP, OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 974 Sheridan Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (48 SLRB 557, Case No. SE-57862, 6/20/91)

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