Compulsory Interest Arbitration Award Index

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Awards received between April 1, 1989 and March 31, 1990:

Case Number

Impasse Between

Arbitration Panel Chair


IA89-017 City of Auburn and New York Finger Lakes Region Police Officers, Local 195, Council 82, AFSCME, AFL-CIO Thomas N. Rinaldo, 21 pages 3/30/1990
IA88-038 Town of New Windsor and New Windsor Police Benevolent Association Douglas Bantle, 11 pages 3/19/1990
IA89-021 Village of Malone, NY and Malone Police Unit, CSEA Local #817 Henry A. Ford, 4 pages 1/25/1990
IA87-030 City of Yonkers and Mutual Aid Association of the Paid Fire Department of the City of Yonkers, Inc., Local 628, IAFF, AFL-CIO and NYS Emergency Financial Control Board for the City of Yonkers(Intervenor) John E. Sands, 45 pages 1/8/1990
IA89-018 City of Geneva and Police Officers Local 3471 AFSCME Rodney E. Dennis, 2 pages 12/11/1989
IA88-042 City of Albany and Albany Permanent Prof'l Firefighters Association, Local 2007 and 2007-A John E. Sands, 13 pages 11/17/1989
IA88-033 Village of Floral Park and Floral Park Police Benevolent Assocoation Howard C. Edelman, 27 pages 11/13/1989
IA89-013 Town of East Fishkill and New York State Federation of Police, Inc. Jerome Thier, 5 pages 10/31/1989
IA88-030 City of Buffalo and Buffalo Prof'l Firefighters Association, Local 282 Douglas J. Bantle, 26 pages 10/30/1989
IA88-029 City of Buffalo and Buffalo Police Benevolent Association, Inc. John E. Sands, 22 pages 10/10/1989
IA89-002 Town of Erwin and Erwin Police Association Donald E. Cullen, 17 pages 9/11/1989
IA88-007 Village of Dobbs Ferry and Dobbs Ferry Police Association, Inc. Judith A. La Manna, 25 pages 8/22/1989
IA88-019 Village of Rye Brook and Portchester-Rye Brook Police Association, Inc. George S. Roukis, 41 pages 8/18/1989
IA87-006 Lake Mohegan Fire District and Lake Mohegan Prof'l Firefighters Association, IAFF Local 2956 Peter A. Prosper, 24 pages 8/17/1989
IA87-035 City of New Rochelle and Police Benevolent Association of New Rochelle Martin F. Scheinman, 26 pages 8/11/1989
IA88-016 Village of Scarsdale and Scarsdale Uniformed Firefighters Association, SUFA, Local 1394, IAFF, AFL-CIO Joel M. Douglas, 18 pages 7/27/1989
IA88-006 City of Rye and Rye Police Association of The City of Rye, Inc. Arthur Stark, 71 pages 7/27/1989
IA88-017 Town of Putnam Valley and Tri-County Federation of Police, Inc. For The Putnam Valley Police Association Max M. Doner, 22 pages 7/26/1989
IA86-035 City of Schenectady and Schenectady Police Benevolent Association Jonas Aarons, 55 pages 6/1/1989
IA88-028 Town of Tonawanda and Town of Tonawanda Police Club Wade J. Newhouse, 36 pages 5/15/1989
IA88-025 Town of Blooming Grove and Blooming Grove Police Benevolent Association Murray Bilmes, 10 pages 5/2/1989
IA87-033 Village of Irvington and Irvington Police Taylor Act Committee Rodney E. Dennis, 12 pages 4/17/1989
IA88-003 Village of Mammaroneck and Police Benevolent Association of Village of Mammaroneck, Inc. Mark D. Karper, 31 pages 4/13/1989
IA88-002 City of Canandaigua and Canandaigua Police Officers' Association, CWA Local 1170 Howard G. Foster, 8 pages 4/6/1989

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