Private Sector Decision & Certification Summaries

Volume 49 - July 31, 1991 to December 29, 1995



SERB Decision Summaries and Orders

CORNELIA FEIGL AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION SERB terminated its representation investigation upon its finding that Local 32B-32J, SEIU, AFL-CIO no longer represented the employee in a single person bargaining unit composed of the building superintendent in an apartment building at 645 West 160th Street, New York, New York. The building superintendent testified at a hearing that he no longer wanted to be represented by Local 32B-32J. (49 SERB 3, Case No. SE-57847, 7/31/91)

MORRIS PLAZA, INC., OWNER AND M & M MANAGEMENT, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer failed to respond to the written requests from SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when the employer failed to bargain with the union. SERB ordered the employer to cease and desist from refusing to bargain in good faith and, upon the request of SEIU, Local 32E to engage in good faith negotiations. The employer was also ordered to inform the agency in writing, within 10 days after service of the order, what steps it had taken to comply with the order. (49 SERB 5, Case No. SU-57791, 8/9/91)

MANHATTAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 75 West Mosholu Parkway, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 6, Case No. SE-57889, 8/9/91)

JOANN MORREALE D/B/A CINEMA THEATER AND LOCAL 253, INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF THEATRICAL STAGE EMPLOYEES AND MOVING PICTURE MACHINE OPERATORS OF UNITED STATES AND CANADA UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employer did not engage in an unfair labor practice in violation of §§704.4, 704.5, 704.6 of SERA when it terminated two projectionists working for a movie theatre and when it failed to reinstate them after the theatre was renovated. SERB affirmed the ALJ's finding that the evidence demonstrated that the employer was not unlawfully motivated by temporarily closing the theatre to install new projection equipment, which prevented the two employees from working. The failure of the employer to sign a successor agreement was found to not demonstrate unlawful motivation because there was no evidence that the employer had agreed to a new agreement and, in fact, the union had never contacted the employer to negotiate a successor agreement. Finally, SERB concluded that the record supported the ALJ's conclusion that the employees were not unlawfully locked out because it was industry practice for the union to assign projectionists to theatres and the union in this case had not assigned projectionists following the reopening. (49 SERB 7, Case Nos. CU-2021, CU-2022, CU-2023, 8/9/91)

NINA DUNN APARTMENTS TENANTS LEAGUE AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA by failing to engage in good faith bargaining by: refusing to respond to the union's letters; failing to appear at scheduled collective bargaining sessions; refusing to bargain at one session unless the superintendent was present; and failing to attend the hearing before the ALJ. (49 SERB 8, Case No. SU-57633, 8/9/91)

180 EAST 104TH STREET TENANT ASSOCIATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONALUNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when it refused to engage in good bargain with the union. (49 SERB 9, Case No. SU-57524, 10/9/91)

NIDUS REALTY CORP., GRACE DITOMASO AND PETER M. RIVERA, RECEIVER AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 2022-24 Benedict Avenue, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 10, Case No. SE-57912, 10/9/91)

MT WILSON PROPERTIES AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670 SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 25 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, New York. (49 SERB 11, Case No. SE-57692, 10/10/91)

45 WEST 11TH APARTMENT CORP., OWNER, LAWRENCE PROPERTIES, MANAGING AGENT AND JANET LEON A majority of the SERB Board denied the employer's exceptions to an intermediate report issued by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) and accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion of the ALJ finding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §§704.4 and 704.5 of SERA when it discharged an employee and failed to reinstate her based upon anti-union animus. The SERB majority concluded that the evidence demonstrated that the employer knew of the employee's interest in joining a union, received a warning against pursuing that interest, and was subsequently fired because of her dissatisfaction with her working conditions. Therefore, it found that the decision to terminate was motivated at least in part by its desire to prevent her from obtaining assistance from a union. The fact that a union representative testified during the hearing that the employee's application for union membership had been rejected was found to be irrelevant to the question of the employer's motivation because she may have sought representation by another union. In dissent, Chairman Brown rejected the ALJ's recommendation on the grounds that the union representative's testimony concerning the rejection of the employee's union membership application demonstrates that the employee was not engaged in protected union activity at the time of her discharge. (49 SERB 12, Case No. SU-57361, 10/11/91)

KEVIN J. COOKE, RECEIVER AND 1056 BOYNTON AVENUE ASSOCIATES, INC., OWNER AND LOCAL 32E, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer refused to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 13, Case No. SU-57875, 10/22/91)

REBUILD, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when it failed to respond to written requests from the incumbent union to commence negotiations, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 16, Case No. SU-57763, 11/12/91)

BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC., AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when it failed to respond to written and oral requests from the incumbent union to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 17, Case No. SU-57779, 11/12/91)

MEYERS PARKING SYSTEMS, INC. AND LOCAL 272, I.B.T., PETITIONER AND LOCAL 917, I.B.T., INTERVENOR SERB dismissed, on jurisdictional grounds, a petition to certify a single-person unit filed by Local 272, IBT. The employer managed and operated parking facilities at more than fifty locations in New York and New Jersey and other states, and it derived gross revenues in excess of $50,000 directly from locations outside of New York. SERB rejected the union's argument that the NLRB Regional Director's decision dismissing a deauthorization petition under §9(e)(1) of the NLRA establishes that the NLRB declined jurisdiction over the representation issue. Instead, SERB found that the Regional Director's decision demonstrates that the NLRB asserted jurisdiction but it had concluded that the union lacked standing to file that type of petition. SERB also rejected the argument that it had jurisdiction because the NLRB has a long-standing policy against certifying single-person units. (49 SERB 18, Case No. SU-57815, 11/12/91)

WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 2295-2301-2307 Morris Avenue, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 20, Case No. SE-57970, 11/12/91)

HPK MANAGEMENT CORPORATION AND BRONX HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSES INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1702 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 21, Case No. SE-57969, 11/12/91)

ANDREW PERKAL AND REBECCA FELDMAN, d/b/a/ 621 ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND JOSEPH POPACK, MANAGING AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that an employee breached the terms of a stipulation resolving an unfair labor practice complaint, which had alleged that the employer unlawfully discharged the employee in violation of §§704.4 and 704.5 of SERA. Three months after the settlement agreement was reached, the employer submitted a letter to SERB stating that the employee had violated the stipulation. SERB directed a hearing before an ALJ to resolve the factual issue of whether the agreement had been complied with. Following the hearing, the ALJ issued a decision concluding that the employee had breached the agreement and recommended that the $1,500 being held in escrow by SERB should be released to the employer. In addition, the ALJ rejected the employer's argument that the employee's breach of the agreement triggered a revival of the employer's claim against the employee for rent arrears. (49 SERB 22, Case No. SU-57803, 11/13/91)

FRED BROWN, SR. & SAMUEL POMPA d/b/a TARGET V PHASE I DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB denied the employers' exceptions and accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that the employers engaged in unfair labor practices in violation of §§704.4, 704.5, and 704.6 of SERA SERB affirmed the ALJ's conclusion that the employer violated SERA by discharging an employee after the union attempted to negotiate a contract with the employer. The timing of the discharge, the employer's prior anti-union statements, and the employer's previous toleration of the employee's job performance supported the conclusion that the termination was motivated by the employee's union activity. Finally SERB denied, as premature, a motion by the union for leave to present additional evidence and for a modification of the remedy on the grounds that the employer had taken additional actions in further violation of the SERA. However, the union was granted leave to reassert the issues raised in its motion during the compliance stage of the proceeding. (49 SERB 23, Case Nos. SU-57554, SU-57557, 11/13/91)

LORRINGWOOD REALTY CORP., OWNER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD., MANAGING AGENT AND LOCAL 32E, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer refused to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 25, Case No. SU-57816, 11/20/91)

SANDRA CONCHADO, RECEIVER AND WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM, LTD., MANAGING AGENT AND LOCAL 32 E, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer failed to respond to written and oral requests from the incumbent union seeking to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 28, Case No. SU-57874, 11/25/91)

CHERRY LANE OWNERS CORP. AND M.P.J. REALTY, INC. AND 41 REALTY LTD. AND INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, LOCAL 966, PETITIONER AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, INTERVENOR Although the employer had an existing contract with the intervenor incumbent union, scheduled to expire on December 31, 1991, SERB concluded that it did not constitute a bar for processing a representation petition by IBT Local 996 for the same unit. Instead, SERB certified IBT Local 966 effective January 1, 1992, one day following the expiration of the contract between the employer and the incumbent union. (49 SERB 29, Case No. SE-57968, 11/25/91)

DAKAJO REALTY CORP., OWNER AND JANDY TEXTILE CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 31, Case No. SE-57951, 12/13/91)

NATIONAL CLEANING CONTRACTORS AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 120 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, New York. (49 SERB 40, Case No. SE-58051, 1/14/92)

KINGS PLAZA SECURITY AND LOCAL UNION 2A, AFL-CIO L. & D. C. I. U. SERB dismissed, on jurisdictional grounds, a petition to represent a unit consisting of security guards employed by Kings Plaza Security at the Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Brooklyn. SERB declined to assert jurisdiction because the NLRB had already found that the employer was subject to its jurisdiction but had dismissed a representation petition pursuant to §9(b)(3) of the NLRA, which precludes certification of a labor organization to represent guards when that organization admits non-guard employees to membership. SERB declined jurisdiction although SERA does not have an analogous provision to §9(b)(3) of the NLRA. (49 SERB 43, Case No. SE-58095, 1/31/92)

1475 REALTY CORP. AND SMJ TRINITY REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB dismissed a representation petition by SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO to be certified as the exclusive bargaining representative for a unit of two building service employees in an apartment building at 1475 Sheridan Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election in which one employee voted in favor, and one employee voted against, union representation. (49 SERB 45, Case No. SE-58086, 2/28/92)

SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, INC. AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & HEALTH CARE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION AND BROTHERHOOD OF SECURITY PERSONNEL OFFICERS AND GUARDS INTERNATIONAL UNION SERB asserted jurisdiction over an employer that operated a shelter for homeless families pursuant to a contract with the City of New York (NYC), and it directed the holding of a secret ballot election. The assertion of SERB jurisdiction took place following a decision of the NLRB's Regional Director refusing to assert jurisdiction over the employer because the employer lacked the ability to engage in meaningful negotiations as a result of the control exercised by NYC. See, Res-Care, Inc., 280 NLRB 670 (1986) and National Transportation, 240 NLRB 565 (1979). Historically, SLRB had asserted jurisdiction over private employers even when its operations were "intimately connected" to a governmental function. In the present case, SERB asserted jurisdiction, over the employer's objection, emphasizing that when the NLRB has declined jurisdiction, SERB will apply the applicable tests of jurisdiction under SERA. Unlike the NLRB, SERB does not have the discretion to decline jurisdiction over employers and employees covered by SERA. (49 SERB 46, Case Nos. SE-58052, SE-58074, 3/2/92)

HSC MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB rejected an employer's argument that the agency lacked jurisdiction because the premises was secured by a mortgage that is within the purview of the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation pursuant to 12 U.S.C. §1452(f). (49 SERB 47, Case No. SE-58050, 3/12/92)

JAMES MITCHELL d/b/a B.U.I.L.D., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer threatened to discharge and then discharged an employee because of the employee's union membership and when it failed to respond to the union's written requests to negotiate. (49 SERB 50, Case Nos. SU-57818, SU-57914, 2/13/92)

ST. JOHN'S PREPARATORY SCHOOL AND LAY FACULTY ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 1261, AFT, AFL-CIO SERB denied in part, and granted in part, exceptions filed to an intermediate report issued by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) that recommended specific remedial action for unfair labor practices under SERA, which the agency had previously found had been committed by the employer. (See St. John's Prep, 47 SLRB 470.) SERB affirmed the ALJ's finding that the record did not support a conclusion that the union's letter to the employer constituted an unconditional offer by striking workers to return to work. According to SLRB's decision in LJF Corp, 23 SLRB 105 (1960), only strikers who made unconditional offers to return to work are entitled to back pay. The SERB majority declined to overrule LJF Corp. and adopt the NLRB's holding in Abilities and Goodwill 241 NLRB 27 (1979), which abandoned the requirement of an unconditional offer to return to work in order to be eligible for a back pay remedy. SERB Chairman Torrey dissented on that issue and wrote that he would adopt, prospectively, the NLRB's analysis in Abilities and Goodwill with respect to the requirement of an unconditional offer to return to work.

The SERB Board also concluded that the decision in Catholic High School Association of the Archdiocese of New York v. Culvert, 753 F.2d 1161 (2d Cir 1985) prohibited it from ordering reinstatement of thirteen strikers whose conduct, according to the employer, "conflicted with the role of teachers at a catholic school." In Culvert, the Second Circuit concluded that the First Amendment placed constitutional limitations upon SERB's remedial powers. Based upon Culvert, the SERB majority determined that reinstatement of certain of those employees would violate the First Amendment. In addition, it affirmed the ALJ's finding that certain strikers were not entitled to reinstatement because of the magnitude of their misconduct during the strike: shouting verbal threats, punching and hitting cars, spitting on cars and individuals, pushing individuals, slashing tires, making obscene phone calls, disrupting classes, interfering with student athletics, disrupting religious activities. Chairman Torrey dissented to the SERB majority's application of Culvert and to its finding that the misconduct was of such a magnitude as to extinguish the employees' right to remedial relief. (49 SERB 51, Case Nos. SU-55514, SU-55644 through SU-55720, SU-55644 through SU-55720, 3/24/92)

NATIONAL CLEANING CONTRACTORS AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 111-1113 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, New York. (49 SERB 57, Case No. SE-58133, 5/4/92)

LEFCON RESOURCES CORP., LEFCON MANAGEMENT CORP. AND WYNDHAM WEST AT GARDEN CITY CONDOMINIUM AND WILLIAM ACKERMAN, RECEIVER AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB dismissed a petition filed by Local 32B-32J, SEIU, AFL-CIO after the NLRB issued an opinion stating that it would assert jurisdiction over the question of representation. (49 SERB 59, Case No. SE-57539, 5/19/92)

STEVEN FINKELSTEIN, OWNER AND FINKELSTEIN AND MORGAN AGENCY, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer failed to respond to the written requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 60, Case No. SU-58034, 5/20/92)

CHURCH OF ST. LUCY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO Following an election for a unit consisting of all full-time and regular part-time building maintenance employees of the church and elementary school, three of the six ballots cast were challenged by the union on the grounds that one employee was a supervisor and not properly included in the unit, and that the other two employees are not maintenance employees. Based upon the terms of the stipulation, and the testimony before the ALJ, SERB denied the union's challenges. (49 SERB 68, Case No. SE-58124, 6/22/92)

SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, INC. AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & HEALTH CARE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION Following a SERB administered election, a hearing was conducted to resolve factual issues concerning challenges to ballots cast by two employees on the grounds that they were clerical employees excluded from the certified unit. Based upon the record, SERB denied the challenges concluding that the duties of the employees were directly related to service and maintenance functions, and therefore they were in the certified bargaining unit. (49 SERB 73, Case No. SE-58052, 7/9/92)

DAVID ELISHER AND JOHN DOE(S) d/b/a SEVENTH AVENUE ASSOCIATES AND LOCAL 2 OF THE NEW YORK STATE INDEPENDENT UNION OF BUILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES AND FACTORY WORKERS, N.F.I.U. SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA when it attempted to unilaterally alter the terms of an agreed-upon contract, refused to sign the at-issue agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 74, Case No. SU-57935, 7/13/92)

255 EAST 176TH STREET REALTY CORP., OWNER ARMAND GONZAGA, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB rejected the union's argument that a building service and maintenance employee who performed superintendent duties, in addition to his regular maintenance duties, should be excluded from a bargaining unit with three other building service and maintenance employees. (49 SERB 87, Case No. SE-58281, 10/26/92)

M.A. SPORTS, INC. AND GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS UNION, LOCAL 51, AFL-CIO SERB rejected the employer's objections to a secret ballot election and certification of the union as the exclusive bargaining representative on the grounds that the employer expressly waived its right to file objections and that even if it had not waived its right to file objections, the objections would have been untimely. (49 SERB 89, Case No. SE-58248, 11/5/92)

NISYM REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO, PETITIONER AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, INTERVENOR SERB concluded that although the employer had a contract with the intervenor incumbent union, scheduled to expire on February 28, 1995, this did not constitute a bar for the processing of a representation petition filed by SEIU, Local 32E. Instead, SERB credited the building superintendent's testimony that he was never aware of the contract and found no evidence that the intervenor incumbent union had attempted to enforce the terms of the contract until after the petition was filed. (49 SERB 93, Case No. SE-58283, 11/24/92)

ELROD REALTY CORP. AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB dismissed a petition seeking to represent a unit consisting of the building superintendent employed at 210 West 16th Street, New York, New York, concluding that the appropriate bargaining unit consisted of both the building superintendent and a part-time handyman. The petition was dismissed after the union declined interest in representing the part-time handyman and in participating in an election for a unit that included that employee. (49 SERB 97, Case No. SE-58324, 12/23/92)

1025-1045 ASSOCIATES INC. AND F.B.E.U. LOCAL 187 SERB dismissed, a petition to represent a unit consisting of the building superintendent employed at 1025-1045 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, New York, because the NLRB had already found the employer subject to its jurisdiction under the NLRA.. (49 SERB 108, Case No. SE-58380, 3/23/93)

616 EAST LINCOLN AVENUE CORP., OWNER AND KISLEV MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A representation petition by SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO to be certified as the exclusive bargaining representative for a unit of two building service employees in an apartment building at 616 East Lincoln Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York was dismissed after the union failed to receive a majority of ballots cast in favor of representation. (49 SERB 109, Case No. SE-58378, 4/12/93)

J.V. LANE P.C., STELLAR REALTY MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO A representation petition by Local 32E, 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 2537 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York was dismissed after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he did not want such representation. (49 SERB 116, Case No. SE-58472, 5/26/93)

DWIGHT HOWARD ORCHESTRA, LTD. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER N.Y., LOCAL 802 SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the musicians and vocalists, excluding close family relatives of the employer, employed by Dwight Howard Orchestra, Ltd. (49 SERB 123, Case No. SE-58369, 9/13/93)

BAJRAKTARI REALTY CORP. AND HARRY BAJRAKTARI AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA when the employer discharged an employee because of the employee's union membership and refused the union's written requests to engage in collective bargaining negotiations. (49 SERB 124, Case Nos. SU-58359, SU-58377, 9/24/93)

PAUL ZAHN MUSIC, LTD. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER N.Y., LOCAL 802 SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the musicians and vocalists, excluding close family relatives of the employer, employed by Paul Zahn Music Ltd. (49 SERB 125, Case No. SE-58432, 10/12/93)

1200 WOODYCREST TENANTS ASSOCIATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer did not engage in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA even though the employer failed to appear at the hearing. SERB concluded that the employer's prompt responses to the union's requests to commence negotiations for a successor collective bargaining agreement demonstrated an intent to bargain in good faith. (49 SERB 128, Case No. SU-58426, 10/20/93)

ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AND FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC TEACHERS After the employer filed exceptions to the intermediate report of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) concluding that it engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by unilaterally discontinuing payment of regular annual experience increments to its teachers without consultation with the union, the employer asserted at oral argument before the SERB Board that the complaint is moot because subsequent to the ALJ's decision it had retroactively paid all of the at-issue increments. Over the objection of the union, SERB terminated the proceeding on the basis of mootness concluding that there is no current violation of SERA or any unremedied past violation of SERA. (49 SERB 135, Case No. SU-58290, 12/8/93)

PAUL ZAHN MUSIC, LTD. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER NEW YORK, LOCAL 802 (Revised) Following SERB's October 12, 1993 directing the conduct of a secret ballot election (see 49 SERB 125), it denied the union's request to change the eligibility date from one year prior to the date of SERB's decision to one year prior to the date of the filing of the petition. The union argued that absent the change, the employer would be able to manipulate the election process through delays and adjusting the workforce aimed at defeating the union's organizing campaign. SERB denied the union's request on the grounds that the union, and not the employer, was responsible for certain delays, which prevented the holding of a prompt election. In addition, SERB denied the employer's motion to dismiss the petition. However, SERB changed the election format from an on-site election in two locations to a mail-ballot election "as the most efficient use of our resources in this matter." (49 SERB 136, Case No. SE-58432, 12/9/93)

265 QUENTIN OWNERS AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377 SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building superintendent employed at 265 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, New York, over the union's objections that a contract existed between the parties therefore barring processing of the representation petition. The union argued that SERB should defer processing the petition until an arbitrator issued an award on the issue of whether a contract between the parties existed. SERB rejected the union's contract bar argument, noting that the contract did not automatically renew, and it also rejected the union's deferral argument because SERB deemed it an improper delegation of its statutory responsibilities. (49 SERB 143, Case No. SEE-58531, 3/7/94)

PAUL ZAHN MUSIC, LTD. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER NEW YORK, LOCAL 802 Following a mail-ballot election for a unit consisting of all musicians and vocalists, excluding close family of the employer, the union filed two objections claiming that one ballot should not have been counted because the individual was ineligible and that a second ballot was returned to the post-office because SERB's address on the return envelope was smudged. SERB concluded that the first objection was, in fact, a challenge, which was untimely because it should have been interposed before the ballot was commingled with the other ballots at the ballot count. See, Alice Hyde Hospital Assoc, 37 SLRB 279 (1974). SERB dismissed the second objection on the grounds that the voter had an adequate amount of time to submit the ballot and that even if the ballot was counted and it was cast in favor of representation, there would not have been a majority of ballots cast in favor of representation. Therefore, the representation petition was dismissed. (49 SERB 146, Case No. SE-58432, 3/10/94)

ALSTAN ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS OF GREATER NEW YORK, LOCAL 802 SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the musicians and vocalists employed by Alstan Entertainment, Inc. SERB rejected the employer's contract bar argument premised upon an existing collective bargaining agreement with another union. SERB reasoned that there was no clear and convincing evidence that the incumbent union, which was a party to the existing agreement, represented a majority of the employees at the time the agreement was signed or at any other time. "In order for a contract to constitute a bar to our proceedings there must be clear and convincing evidence of the Union's majority status." See, LaHayeem Realty Assoc, 46 SLRB 92 (1983). Applying prior precedent, in directing a mail ballot election, SERB determined that all employees who have worked at least 5 times within the preceding year were eligible to vote. See, Frank Mann Music, 42 SLRB 59 (1979). (49 SERB 147, Case No. SE-58431, 3/10/94)

1730/50 EAST 14TH STREET OWNERS CORP., OWNER AND RESIDENTIAL MANAGEMENT INC., AGENT AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, R.W.D.S.U., AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1730/50 East 14th Street, Brooklyn, New York. (49 SERB 150, Case No. SE-58705, 5/6/94)

15TH AVENUE GARDENS, INC. AND MV ASSOCIATES, LP, OWNERS AND HELLER REALTY, INC. AND BMH REALTY, LTD., MANAGING AGENTS AND LOCAL 32E, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA when the employer failed to bargain with the union. The record demonstrated that following the union's certification preliminary negotiations but they were subsequently and unilaterally terminated by the employer. "Employers have an obligation to meet with the Union on reasonable times and have a co-extensive duty to respond to letters and telephone calls from the union which seeks furtherance of the collective bargaining process." (49 SERB 152, Case No. SU-58289, 7/13/94)

TONE REALTY CORP., OWNER AND CASTLE AMERICAN CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of the building service employees at 1500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. (49 SERB 158, Case No. SE-58759, 10/5/94)

HOLOBE REALTY CORP., OWNER LARGO MANAGEMENT, MANAGING AGENT AND KEY MANAGEMENT, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by failing to respond to written requests from the incumbent union to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 159, Case No. SU-58536, 10/5/94)

BROOKHAVEN I ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND SAN JAMES REALTY CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by failing to respond to the oral and written requests from the incumbent union to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 160, Case No. SU-58687, 10/27/94)

2000 DALY AVENUE TENANTS ASSOCIATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by failing to respond to proposals made by the incumbent labor organization for a collective bargaining agreement, by refusing to schedule further negotiation sessions, and by failing to appear at the hearing before the ALJ. (49 SERB 161, Case No. SU-58656, 10/31/94)

MALSHA REALTY CORP., OWNER AND ANGELO MALLAS, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by failing to respond to written requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement and by failing to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 165, Case No. SU-58509, 11/2/94)

PSB TELLER CORP. AND DOUBLE TELLER CORP., OWNERS AND EDWARD SHAPIRO d/b/a FENCO ASSOCIATES, MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by failing to respond to the written requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations and by failing to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 171, Case No. SU-58578, 11/28/94)

1165 FULTON AVENUE TENANTS CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer did not engage in an unfair labor practice in violation of §§704.4, 704.5, 704.6 of SERA. SERB affirmed the ALJ's conclusion that the union failed to present sufficient evidence to support an inference that the employer knew about the employee's union activity prior to deciding to terminate him.. The evidence showed that prior to the discharge, the union had written to the employer stating that it represented the employee and requested negotiations. The letter, however, was returned to the union as undeliverable, and there was no evidence presented demonstrating that the employer ever received the letter.. Furthermore, SERB affirmed the ALJ's conclusion that the uncorroborated hearsay testimony of a union witness was insufficient to establish employer knowledge of the protected activity. (49 SERB 174, Case Nos. SU-58691, SU-58692, 12/28/94)

2860 DECATUR CORP., OWNER AND PEL PARK REALTY, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of building superintendents employed in buildings at 311 East 22th Street and 2860 Decatur Avenue, Bronx, New York, over the union's objections that the superintendents did not work together regularly and should not be included in the same unit. (49 SERB 178, Case No. SE-58857, 4/19/95)

DARBE MEHER ZOROASTRIAN TEMPLE AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 32E, S.E.I.U., AFL-CIO SERB concluded that the history of SERA demonstrates a legislative intent "to bring all employees of charitable, educational and religious organizations within the purview of [SERA] regardless of the nature of their duties or where those duties are performed." Therefore, SERB concluded that a caretaker in a house of worship is covered by SERA. (49 SERB 179, Case No. SE-58855, 4/19/95)

ELROD REALTY CORP. AND PETER STAHL, MANAGING AGENT AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that an employer did not engage in an unfair labor practice in violation of §§704.4 and 704.5 of SERA when it discharged an employee. Although the evidence demonstrated that the employer knew of the employee's union activity prior to the termination, there was insufficient evidence of anti-union animus. The record established that the at-issue employee lacked the skills required to perform her job, she failed to be available to the tenants after hours as required, and she was physically aggressive with tenants and co-workers. SERB affirmed the conclusion that the cumulative weight of the employee's shortcomings, rather than her union activity, precipitated the employer's decision to discharge her. (49 SERB 182, Case No. SU-58394, 5/24/95)

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF BROOKLYN, OPERATING THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CENTER AND CITY WIDE GENERAL CLEANING & MAINTENANCE SERVICE, INC. AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SERB dismissed, on jurisdictional grounds, a complaint charging the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and City Wide General Cleaning and Maintenance Service (City Wide) with engaging in unfair labor practices in violation of §§704.4, 704.5, and 704.6 of SERA. SERB affirmed the ALJ's conclusion that the record did not demonstrate that the Diocese was an employer or a component of a joint employer with City Wide under SERA based upon an application of the criteria articulated in Management Food Service, 29 SERB 13 (1966): authority to hire and discharge; compensation of the employees; provision for workers' compensation; liability insurance; and the filing of reports and tax notifications as required by law. The evidence established that City Wide was the employer under those criteria. However, the evidence also demonstrated that City Wide was an employer covered under the NLRA. (49 SERB 184, Case Nos. SU-58742, SU-58743, 5/31/95)

UNA REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB ordered a secret ballot election for a unit consisting of a superintendent and a building service employee employed at 2395-97 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York, over the union's objection that the building service employee should not be included in the same unit with the superintendent who is the supervisor of the building service employee. (49 SERB 185, Case No. SE-58888, 6/21/95)

H.E. & H.O. PROPERTIES, OWNER AND PASHTRIK REALTY CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of the ALJ concluding that the employer had not engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §§704.4, 704.5, 704.6 of SERA by discharging an employee for joining or assisting a union or engaging in other concerted union activities. The ALJ determined that there was insufficient evidence in the record to support a finding that the discharge was unlawfully motivated. The ALJ also determined that the union's bargaining representative status was not clearly established inasmuch as it was unclear whether the discharged employee, who was the sole employee in the unit, was still employed on the date that the union submitted its bargaining demand. Therefore, the ALJ determined that the employer did not fail and refuse to bargain in good faith. (49 SERB 187, Case Nos. SU-58560, SU-58622, 7/18/95)

JOSEPH BETESH AND JOHN DOE(S) d/b/a/ MELROSE ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB 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 SERA by failing to respond to the written requests from the incumbent labor organization to commence negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement, and when it failed to bargain with the union. (49 SERB 188, Case No. SU-58707, 7/27/95)

ITT FEDERAL SERVICES CORP., ONEONTA JOB CORPS CENTER AND LOCAL 200B, S.E.I.U., AFL-CIO Following an election, SERB considered four challenges made to the eligibility of particular employees to vote. Two employees were challenged by the union and two by the employer. SERB rejected a challenge premised upon an employee's access to confidential financial and personal information about members in the bargaining unit. SERB found that the employee is not confidential under SERA because she does not have a role in the formulation of labor relations policy for the employer. A union challenge concerning another employee for being a supervisor was rejected on the grounds that the at-issue employee did not have authority to hire, fire, suspend, promote, reward or discipline employees or to effectively recommend such action. SERB also rejected an employer's challenge to the procedure of the agency issuing absentee ballots to two other employees. Pursuant to §705.4 of SERA, the agency is given broad authority when conducting representation elections including the use of mail or absentee ballots. (49 PERB 189, Case No. SU-58877, 7/25/95)

L & M REALTY COMPANY MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SERB accepted the recommendations and adopted the opinion in the intermediate report of an ALJ concluding that the employer engaged in an unfair labor practice in violation of §704.6 of SERA by refusing to bargain collectively with the union. (49 SERB 193, Case No. SU-58845, 8/7/95)

V & G HEATH AVENUE REALTY COMPANY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL SERB held that documentary evidence submitted by the employer were irrelevant to the question of representation because it was comprised of purported written complaints regarding the at-issue building superintendent's job performance. SERB also set forth the purpose of a hearing involving a petition seeking an single unit: "[It] is held in lieu of a representative election. The standard for accepting [an employee's] testimony in regard to representation is the same as the standard for determining eligibility in a representative election specifically whether or not an employer-employee relationship existed on the date of the election." (49 SERB 194, Case No. SE-58951, 9/5/95)

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY AND CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY LAY FACULTY ASSOCIATION SERB 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 SERA by failing to negotiate in good faith with the union representing the lay faculty. SERB rejected the employer's constitutional argument that SERB's assertion of jurisdiction violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. See, New York State Emp Rel Bd v. Christ the King High School, 217 AD2d 701 (2d Dept 1995) affd 90 N.Y.2d 244 (1997). SERB also rejected the employer's statute of limitations argument concluding that SERA does not contain a time limitation for the filing of unfair labor practice charges. In dicta, SERB stated that if it was required to select a statute of limitations it would apply the six year statute of limitation under CPLR §213.1. Finally, SERB rejected the employer's procedural due process arguments based upon the fact that the employer was not given an opportunity to participate in the pre-hearing investigation,, the complaint failed to set forth sufficient facts, and SERB did not assign a litigation counsel to prosecute the complaint. With respect to the latter issue, SERB stated that it had abandoned its prior practice of assigning an attorney to prosecute a complaint and that it now follows the practice of PERB. (49 SERB 196, Case No. SU-58527, 9/18/95)

DARBE MEHER ZOROASTRIAN TEMPLE (DMZT) AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 32E, S.E.I.U., AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent after the incumbent testified at the hearing that he wanted such representation. SERB found that the building superintendent was an employee within the meaning of SERA, and not an independent contractor, after applying the "right of control" test under the NLRB's decision in Pierre's Vending Co., 274 NLRB 1219 (1985) and Twin City Freight, 221 NLRB 1219 (1975). Under that test an employer-employee relationship exists when the employer reserves not only the right to control the result to be achieved, but also the means to be used in attaining the result. On the other hand, where the employer has reserved only the right to control the ends to be achieved, an independent contractor relationship exists.... In order to determine the nature of the relationship, the Board analyzes the facts presented in the particular case, balances them, and arrives at a result. Twin City Freight, 221 NLRB at 1220. SERB held that an employer-employee relationship existed between the employer DMZT and the building superintendent. The relationship was similar to that of other building service personnel found to be employees under SERA. Although supervision over his work is minimal, his work is monitored by the employer. Since 1980, all of the building service work has been performed by by the supervisor despite him having other employment. Finally, the superintendent is not engaged in a business of providing building service work for other entities. (49 SERB 199, Case No. SE-58855, 9/26/95)




SERB Certifications

BARLAZ 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 2409 Creston Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 1, Case No. SE-57857, 7/31/91)

GERALD ESPOSITO, RECEIVER AND THE 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 1560 Silver Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 2, Case No. SE-57896, 7/31/91)

NICOLETTES ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND FINKELSTEIN & MORGAN, AGENCY, 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 344 East 209th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 4, Case No. SE-57877, 7/31/91)

15TH AVENUE GARDENS INC., OWNER AND JOSEPH HELLER, 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 8, 10, and 12 South 15th Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 14, Case No. SE-57960, 11/12/91)

2299-13 APT. CORP., OWNER AND ZUCKER MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377, AFL-CIO USEU, Local 377, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 299 East 13th Street, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 15, Case No. SE-57961, 11/12/91)

911/923 WALTON AVENUE ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND B.J.A.C. REALTY CORP., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for two single person units in the apartment buildings at 911& 923 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the respective building service employees testified at a hearing that they wanted such representation. The first unit was composed of the supervisory building service employee and the second unit was composed of a non-supervisory building service employee. (49 SERB 19, Case Nos. SE-57943 & SE-57944, 11/12/91)

RENTAL & MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of two building service employees in the apartment building at 215 East 164th Street, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 24, Case No. SE-57976, 11/13/91)

ARTHA MANAGEMENT, INC., OWNER RALPH LANGSAM ASSOCIATES, INC.., MANAGING 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 795 Nicholas Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 26, Case No. SE-57931, 11/21/91)

TEN SIXTY FIVE 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 1065-81 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 27, Case No. SE-57932, 11/21/91)

CHERRY LANE OWNERS CORP. AND M.P.J. REALTY, INC. AND 41 REALTY LTD. AND INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, LOCAL 966, PETITIONER AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, INTERVENOR IBT, Local 966 was certified, effective January 1, 1992, as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 42-95 Main Street, Queens, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. SERB concluded that although the employer had a contract with the intervenor union, scheduled to expire on December 31, 1991, this did not constitute a bar for processing IBT Local 996's representation petition. Instead, SERB certified IBT Local 966 effective January 1, 1992, one day following the expiration of the contract between the employer and the other union. (49 SERB 29, Case No. SE-57968, 11/25/91)

3715 COMPANY, OWNER AND R & C MANAGEMENT CO., MANAGING AGENT AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, PETITIONER AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SEIU, AFL-CIO, INTERVENOR Factory and Building Employees Union, Local 187 was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 3715 Kings Highway, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 30, Case No. SE-57950, 12/13/91)

1454 G C L P, OWNER, AND NATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, INC., MANAGING 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 1454 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 32, Case No. SE-57994, 12/13/91)

INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD 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 870 East 175th Street, and 857, 861 and 867 Crotona Park North, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 33, Case No. SE-58021, 12/13/91)

INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a three person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 785 East 181st Street, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 34, Case No. SE-57992, 12/13/91)

MID BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT 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 1366 Lyman Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 35, Case No. SE-57995, 12/16/91)

NORWAX 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 611 West 177th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 36, Case No. SE-58019, 12/16/91)

MOUNT HOPE MANAGEMENT INC., A SUBSIDIARY OF MOUNT HOPE HOUSING COMPANY, 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 1982 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 37, Case No. SE-58013, 12/23/91)

NEIL OSTROW, RECEIVER AND THE PENSON CORP., MANAGING 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 384 East 193rd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 38, Case No. SE-58001, 1/13/92)

MOUNT HOPE MANAGEMENT INC., A SUBSIDIARY OF MOUNT HOPE HOUSING COMPANY, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 1822 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election, and as the exclusive representative for three one person units composed of the respective building service employees in the apartment buildings at 1821, 1815, and 1789 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York after each building service employee testified at a hearing that they wanted such representation. (49 SERB 39, Case Nos. SE-58014, SE-58015, SE-58016, SE-58017, 1/13/92)

278 NAGLE AVENUE EQUITIES CORP., OWNER CANTERBURY EQUITIES INC. AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670, 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 278 Nagel Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 41, Case No. SE-57956, 1/14/92)

2229 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 2229 Creston Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 PERB 42, Case No. SE-58036, 1/15/92)

1482 MONTGOMERY ASSOCIATES, OWNER WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., MANAGING 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 1482-84 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 44, Case No. SE- 58092, 2/28/92)

HSC MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of building service employees in the apartment building at 2200 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 47, Case No. SE-58050, 3/12/92)

BROOKE 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 1014 Gerard Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 48, Case No. SE-58091, 3/12/92)

HLB REDEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES AND MBD COMMUNITY 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 buildings at 1160 Bryant Avenue, 1014 Home Street, 1170 and 1174 West Farms Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 49, Case Nos. SE-58105, SE-58106, 3/13/92)

MOUNT HOPE MANAGEMENT INC., A SUBSIDIARY OF MOUNT HOPE HOUSING COMPANY, INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for two single person units composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 1800 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York and the laundry room attendant in the apartment building at 1822 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York, after the two employees testified at a hearing that they wanted such representation. (49 SERB 52, Case Nos. SE-58102, SE-58103, 4/8/92)

MARION SCOTT REAL ESTATE INC. AND LOCAL 966, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS Local 966, International Brotherhood of Teamsters was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 145 East 126th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 53, Case No. SE-58123, 4/8/92)

SIDNEY SILVERSTEIN et al d/b/a 2051 GRAND CONCOURSE ASSOCIATES, AND 2051 GRAND CONCOURSE HOUSING ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND 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 2-51 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 54, Case No. SE-58115, 4/8/92)

TONE REALTY CORP., OWNER AND RALPH LANGSAM ASSOCIATES, INC., MANAGING 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 220-222 East 204th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 55, Case No. SE-58107, 4/8/92)

SANDRA CONCHADO, RECEIVER AND STEVEN GREEN, OWNER AND HSC 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 2473 Davidson Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 56, Case No. SE-57122, 4/30/92)

2175 RYER AVENUE 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 2175 Ryer Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 58, Case No. SE-58151, 5/19/92)

VAL DEFEO, CEASAR DEFEO et al AND Partners d/b/a TERRACE REALTY 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 50 Yonkers Terrace, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 61, Case No. SE-58165, 5/29/92)

RALPH LANGSAM 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 557 West 149th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 62, Case No. SE-58175, 5/29/92)

518 WEST 151 STREET ASSOCS. & NORWAX 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 518 West 151st Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 63, Case No. SE-58176, 6/8/92)

MBD HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND COMPANY 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 buildings at 1415-34-38 Bryant Avenue and 1441 Boston Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 64, Case Nos. SE-58145, SE-58146, 6/8/92)

MONTGOMERY REALTY ASSOCIATES AND LOCAL 966, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS UNION Local 966, International Brotherhood of Teamsters was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of building service employees in the apartment building at 1730 and 1750 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 65, Case No. SE-58131, 6/10/92)

J. DEBENEDICTIS & SONS BUILDING 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 buildings at 14-16 Martens Place, Mount Vernon, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 66, Case No. SE-58186, 6/12/92)

A.Y.W. REALTY CORP., OWNER AND AAA REALTY & MANAGEMENT INC., MANAGING 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 2389 Lorillard Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 67, Case No. SE-58187, 6/12/92)

ARCO NEW CASTLE REAL ESTATE 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 55 North Broadway, White Plains, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 69, Case No. SE-58180, 6/22/92)

941 JEROME AVENUE 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 two person unit composed of building service employees in the apartment building at 941 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election conducted at the time of the SERB hearing. (49 SERB 70, Case No. SE-58177, 6/23/92)

PROMESA, 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 1854 Monroe Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 71, Case No. SE-58166, 7/8/92)

50 EAST 19TH STREET ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND GENIE MANAGEMENT CORP, AGENTAND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377 United Service Employees Union, Local 377 was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of building service employees in the apartment building at 5420 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York following a secret ballot election at the scheduled SERB hearing. (49 SERB 72, Case No. SE-58193, 7/8/92)

BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT 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 824-834 East 161st Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 75, Case No. SE-58199, 7/17/92)

JACOB R. SELECHNYK a/k/a JACK SLIPPER, d/b/a REALTY INVESTOR-RENTAL 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 2312-2316 Loring Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 76, Case No. SE-58194, 7/17/92)

PEL-PARK 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 building at 311 East 200th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 77, Case No. SE-58232, 8/4/92)

DOME PROPERTY 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 30 Maple Avenue, Eastchester, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 78, Case No. SE-58329, 8/4/92)

HILLCREST PARK CONDO, GROUP 5 AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a three person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 1 Rolling Way, Peekskill, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 79, Case No. SE-58219, 8/25/92)

1001 HOME 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 1001 Home Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 80, Case No. SE-58240, 8/25/92)

KSM HOLDING 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 3524 Hull Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 81, Case No. SE-58244, 8/25/92)

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT GROUP 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 2304 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 82, Case No. SE-58262, 8/27/92)

LAWRENCE D. DOWNES, RECEIVER AND JASCO MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670 Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670 was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 760 Convent Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 83, Case No. SE-58249, 9/21/92)

530 EAST 159TH 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 530 East 159th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 84, Case No. SE-58272, 9/28/92)

2123 TIEBOUT ASSOCIATES, OWNER WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., MANAGING 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 2123-25 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 85, Case No. SE-58280, 10/14/92)

ANDREW HOFFMAN, RECEIVER JASCO MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN MAINTENANCE & BUILDING SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670 Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670 was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 452-460 West 159th Street, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 86, Case No. SE-58275, 10/20/92)

PEJ 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 2830 Olinville Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 88, Case No. SE-58288, 10/27/92)

BAJRAKTARI 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 789 East 166th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 90, Case No. SE-58278, 11/23/92)

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 560 West 192nd Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 91, Case No. SE-58311, 11/23/92)

THE CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOR 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 church at 28 Westchester Avenue, Rye, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 92, Case No. SE-58282, 11/23/92)

NISYM REALTY CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO, PETITIONER AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, INTERVENOR 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 1940 Andrews Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. SERB concluded that although the employer had a contract with the intervenor union, scheduled to expire on February 28, 1995, this did not constitute a bar for processing SEIU, Local 32E's representation petition. Instead, SERB credited the building superintendent's testimony that he was never aware of the contract and found no evidence that the intervenor attempted to enforce the terms of the contract until after its petition was filed. (49 SERB 93, Case No. SE-58283, 11/24/92)

2608 REALTY ASSOCIATES, OWNER WAVECREST MANAGEMENT TEAM LTD., 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 2608 Creston Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 94, Case No. SE-58316, 11/30/92)

WILLIAM R. LUCAS 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 1462 Taylor Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 95, Case No. SE-58317, 11/30/92)

1501 UNDERCLIFF ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND RESIDENTIAL MANAGEMENT INC., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 1501 Undercliff Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 96, Case No. SE-58286, 12/22/92)

BANANA KELLY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT 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 982 Leggett Avenue, Bronx, New York, and 923 Avenue of St. John, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 98, Case No. SE-58331, 12/29/92)

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 2425-29-33-37 Valentine Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 99, Case No. SE-58336, 1/4/93)

JEROME 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 214 East 168th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 100, Case No. SE-58345, 1/4/93)

HENRY BUNCH, ARSENY OFSHSTEIN et al. d/b/a 4568 MANHATTAN COLLEGE PARKWAY EQUITIES, OWNER AND GERALD P. GOLDSMITH, RECEIVER AND GREGORY P. MALOOF, AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 4568-70 Manhattan College Parkway, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 101, Case No. SE-58340, 1/4/93)

SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT 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 590 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 102, Case No. SE-58350, 3/2/93)

AIDALENA 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 644-50 West 185th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 103, Case No. SE-58370, 3/17/93)

MBD COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 1522 & 1536 Vyse Avenue, and 961 East 173rd Street, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 104, Case No. SE-58351, 3/17/93)

THE CHURCH OF ST. ANTHONY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the building at 1496 Commonwealth Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 105, Case No. SE-58367, 3/17/93)

HOLOBE REALTY CORP., OWNER AND LARGO MANAGEMENT, MANAGING 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 2100 Anthony Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 106, Case No. SE-58383, 3/17/93)

1201 SHAKESPEARE AVENUE 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 1201 Shakespeare Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 107, Case No. SE-58382, 3/17/93)

FRANCES SCHERVIER 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 two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 2995 Independence Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 110, Case No. SE-58395, 4/20/93)

PENSON 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 buildings at 384 West 193rd Street, 2563 Webster Avenue and 2562 Decatur Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 111, Case No. SE-58427, 5/4/93)

KASTAN REALTY 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 6629 Broadway, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 112, Case No. SE-58424, 5/5/93)

STONELEA MANOR OWNERS CORPORATION WRG MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, MANAGING 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 110 Stonelea Place, New Rochelle, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 113, Case No. SE-58409, 5/5/93)

CASTILLO TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL 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 55 Evelyn Place, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 114, Case No. SE-58444, 5/10/93)

RICHARD BECKER, OWNER AND E.L.C. REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 320 East 197th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 115, Case No. SE-58434, 5/10/93)

TIFFANY GENERAL REALTY HOLDING 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 1505 Macombs Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 117, Case No. SE-58404, 7/9/93)

PROTO REALTY 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 350 Manhattan Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 118, Case No. SE-58499, 7/9/93)

ASK MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED AND NEW YORK STATE INDEPENDENT UNION, LOCAL 2 New York State Independent Union, Local 2 was certified as the exclusive representative for a three person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 753 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 119, Case No. SE-58491, 7/15/93)

503-05 WEST 141ST STREET HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUN CORP. AND STATIONARY ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MAINT. & BLDG. SERVICE UNION, LOCAL 670 Stationary Engineers, Firemen, Maintenance & Building Service Union, Local 670 was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 503-05 West 141st Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 120, Case No. SE-58501, 7/15/93)

2000 DALY AVENUE 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 2000 Daly Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 121, Case No. SE-58504, 8/23/93)

MORRISANIA REVITALIZATION CORP., 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 buildings at 1195 and1199 Fulton Avenue, Bronx, New York, and for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 574-578-584 163rd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent and building service employees testified at a hearing that they wanted such representation. (49 SERB 122, Case Nos. SE-58514, SE-58515, 8/23/93)

1466 GRAND CONCOURSE ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND CLASSIC REALTY & MANAGEMENT CORP., MANAGING 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 1466 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 126, Case No. SE-58540, 10/20/93)

PEJ GRAND REALTY CORP., OWNER AND BAJRAKTARI REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 1702-1704 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 127, Case No. SE-58543, 10/20/93)

WALTER D'ULL, OWNER AND FEIN PROPERTY 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 1872-76 Monroe Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 129, Case No. SE-58505, 10/21/93)

NAIM GRAND REALTY CORP., OWNER AND BAJRAKTARI REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 2505 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 130, Case No. SE-57544, 11/17/93)

BHAP HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND CO., OWNER AND ROBERT G. BUCKNER OR BUCKNER ASSOCIATES, INC., AGENT AND LOCAL 32B-32J, SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32B-32J, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 243 Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 131, Case No. SE-58522, 11/17/93)

RAM ASSOCIATES REALTY AND UNITED SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 377 USEU, Local 377 was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment buildings at 1385, 1393, 1401, 1409 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 132, Case No. SE-58542, 11/17/93)

MEDINA REALTY CORP. AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187 Factory and Building Employees Union, Local 187 was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 305 West 150th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 133, Case No. SE-58575, 11/19/93)

281 FT WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES AND KARDASH 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 buildings at 700 West 172nd Street and 521 West 161st Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 134, Case No. SE-58591, 11/19/93)

MAJOCA REALTY, OWNER AND TOPNOTCH MANAGEMENT, MANAGING 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 101 Audobon Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 137, Case No. SE-58576, 12/16/93)

3600 FIELDSTON ROAD APARTMENTS CORP., AND DONLEY H. MURRAY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 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 3600 Fieldston Road, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 138, Case No. SE-58608, 12/16/93)

105 REALTY LTD., OWNER AND BAJRAKTARI REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 105 Audobon Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 139, Case No. SE-58615, 2/10/94)

ARMANDO LAZO 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 service employee in the apartment building at 1355 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent service employee testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 140, Case No. SE-58621, 2/10/94)

BUILD 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 2010 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 141, Case No. SE-58628, 2/10/94)

NARAYAN MANAGEMENT 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 1916 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 142, Case No. SE-58614, 2/10/94)

506-510 ASSOCIATES, L.P., OWNER AND PROTO REALTY CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 506-510 West 150th Street, New York, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 144, Case No. SE-58641, 3/7/94)

SHAWNEE GARDENS APARTMENTS, OWNER AND MITCHELL MANAGEMENT CORP., MANAGING 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 717 Tuckahoe Road, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 145, Case No. SE-58657, 3/7/94)

506-510 ASSOCIATES, L.P., OWNER AND PROTO REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 506-510 West 150th Street, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. This certification modifies the decision in 49 SERB 144. (49 SERB 148, Case No. SE-58641, 3/10/94)

1551 REALTY CO., OWNER AND STEB REALTY CORP., MANAGING 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 1551 Sheridan Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 149, Case No. SE-58681, 4/29/94)

MORRIS ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND JEROME ASSOCIATES, MANAGING 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 2705-07 Morris Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 151, Case No. SE-58712, 6/23/94)

ADBAR REALTY COMPANY AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 1562-80 Thieriot Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 153, Case No. SE-58709, 8/12/94)

MONTGOMERY REALTY ASSOCIATES AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 1730-1750 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 154, Case No. SE-58718, 8/12/94)

1080 WARBURTON 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 1080 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 155, Case No. SE-58737, 8/12/94)

L & M REALTY 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 buildings at 108 South Broadway, 506 South Broadway, and 500 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue, Yonkers, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 156, Case No. SE-58748, 8/23/93)

185 ASSETS INC., 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 185 Audubon Avenue, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 157, Case No. SE-58760, 10/5/94)

SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT CO., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for two single person units composed of the building superintendents in the apartment buildings at 766 Cauldwell Avenue and 700 East 141st Street, Bronx, New York, respectively, after the incumbent superintendents testified at a hearing that they wanted such representation. SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was also certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 835-37 Trinity Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 162, Case Nos. SE-58764, SE-58768, SE-58776, 10/31/94)

1685 TOPPING AVENUE HDFC, OWNER AND JOHNSON-PAGAN MGMT 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 1685 Topping Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 163, Case No. SE-58779, 11/2/94)

PROMESA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 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 buildings at 946 Anderson Avenue, 934 Ogden Avenue, and1087 Summit Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 164, Case Nos. SE-58790, SE-58793, SE-58794, 11/2/94)

SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT CO., INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a three person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 285 Brook Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 166, Case No. SE-58763, 11/8/94)

PROMESA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 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 buildings at 1705 Anthony Avenue, 1680 Clay Avenue, and 1707 Topping Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 167, Case Nos. SE-58791, SE-58792, SE-58795, 11/9/94)

MORRISANIA RESTORATION CORP., OWNER AND HPK 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 two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 576 East 165th Street, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 168, Case No. SE-58781, 11/9/94)

DOROTHY KORB AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187 Factory and Building Employees Union, Local 187 was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 69 Bay 29th Street, Brooklyn, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 169, Case No. SE-58800, 11/16/94)

CHAMP INWOOD COMPANY, OWNER AND PRINCE 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 buildings at 531 West 211th Street and 2-21 Broadway Terrace, New York, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 170, Case No. SE-58815, 11/23/94)

DROFAN REALTY CORP., OWNER AND CAMBOR 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 1058 Teller Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 172, Case No. SU-58836, 12/12/94)

DOUGERT 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 100 East 182nd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 173, Case No. SU-58834, 12/12/94)

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 824 East 181st Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 175, Case No. SE-58847, 1/17/95)

114 REALTY ASSOCIATES 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 114 East 168th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 176, Case No. SE-58869, 2/28/95)

203 WEST 109TH REALTY CORP., OWNER AND LEVITES REALTY MANAGEMENT CORP., MANAGING AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO, PETITIONER AND FACTORY AND BUILDING EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 187, INTERVENOR SEIU, Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment buildings at 200-3-4-6-9 West 109th Street, New York, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 177, Case No. SE-58872, 4/19/95)

Building Employees Union, Local 187 was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 5 Minerva Place, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 180, Case Nos. SE-58900, SE-58914, 5/23/95)

DAKAJO REALTY CORP., SHOMER MANAGEMENT CORP., AND PRINCE MANAGEMENT CORP. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 181, Case No. SE-58901, 5/23/95)

BRONX HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY 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 1484 Inwood Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 183, Case No. SE-58904, 5/ /95)

625 JEFFERSON PLACE H.D.F.C. 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 114 East 168th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 186, Case No. SE-58948, 6/21/95)

RONBERT HOLDING COMPANY, OWNER AND ARISTA 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 273 East 175th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 190, Case No. SE-58941, 7/28/95)

ADBAR 3021 REALTY CO. LLC, OWNER AND RAYMOND MADERA, 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 3021 Holland Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 191, Case No. SE-58937, 7/28/95)

R & R MANAGEMENT SERVICE INC. AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a three person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 735 Walton Avenue, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 192, Case No. SE-58931, 7/28/95)

V & G HEATH AVENUE REALTY 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 3075 Heath Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 194, Case No. SE-58951, 9/5/95)

21 WEST MOSHOLU HDFC, OWNER AND FORDHAM BEDFORD 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 21 West Mosholu Parkway, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 195, Case No. SE-58959, 9/14/95)

HEART OF THE BRONX 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 601 East 178th Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 197, Case No. SE-58970, 9/26/95)

RSG PROPERTIES 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 2541 Aqueduct Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 198, Case No. SE-58973, 9/26/95)

DARBE MEHER ZOROASTRIAN TEMPLE AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL 32E, S.E.I.U., 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 building at 249 Weyman Avenue, New Rochelle, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 199, Case No. SE-58855, 9/26/95)

2685 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 2685 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 200, Case No. SE-58978, 10/11/95)

MOSHOLU OWNERS CORP., 75 W. MOSHOLU ASSOCIATES, OWNERS AND MILBROOK PROPERTIES LTD., AGENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 32E, AFL-CIO SEIU Local 32E, AFL-CIO was certified as the exclusive representative for a two person unit composed of the building service employees in the apartment building at 75 Mosholu Parkway North, Bronx, New York following a secret ballot election. (49 SERB 201, Case No. SE-58980, 10/11/95)

ELDER ESTATES INC., OWNER AND SHARP MANAGEMENT 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 1105 Elder Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 202, Case No. SE-58995, 11/16/95)

P.M.G. INC. 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 351 East 152nd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 203, Case No. SE-59004, 12/7/95)

FREE HOLD INVESTMENTS, OWNER AND J.R.D. MANAGEMENT CORP., AGENT AND LOCAL 670, STATIONARY ENGINEERS MAINTENANCE & BLDG. SERVICE UNION Local 670, Stationary Engineers Maintenance & Building Service Union was certified as the exclusive representative for a single person unit composed of the building superintendent in the apartment building at 2212 Ditmas Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 204, Case No. SE-59003, 12/7/95)

ALFRED GRONER d/b/a TWENTY TWO FORTY ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND SDG 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 2240 University Avenue, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 205, Case No. SE-59005, 12/28/95)

152 MELROSE ASSOCIATES, OWNER AND P.M.G. 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 398 East 152nd Street, Bronx, New York after the incumbent superintendent testified at a hearing that he wanted such representation. (49 SERB 206, Case No. SE-59021, 12/28/95)

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