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The Siren – Vol. #2, Issue #4

The Siren – Vol. #2, Issue #4 Table of Contents: 2014 Legislative Session Recap U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Illinois Home Health Care Workers Not Required to Support Unions Retirement System’s Expert Fails to Support Comptroller’s Determination Download the July 2014 edition of The Siren here.

The Siren – Vol. #2, Issue #2

The Siren – Vol. #2, Issue #2 Table of Contents: Amendments to Municipal Ambulance Certificate of Need Process Gaining Strength State Legislative Updates Agency Shop Fees “101” Where Can A Firefighter Call Home? Accident Aggravating Pre-Existing Injury Can Be Sufficient Download Vol. #2, Issue #2 of The Siren.

The Siren – Vol. #2, Issue #1

Table of Contents Review of the 2014–15 Executive Budget Proposal New Retirement Legislation: Chapter 423 of the Laws of 2013 U.S. Supreme Court Possibly Focusing on Constitutionality of Public Employees Mandatory Union Dues Mayor’s Review of Section 75 Hearing Recommendation Was Improper Section 207-A(2) Supplemental Benefits Held Not to be Automatic Justice Rules that Yonkers… Read more

The Siren – Issue #12

Table of Contents: Website Registration Ambulance Reform Three-Year Plan Local Analysis NYSPFFA H&S Conference Foreign Fire Tax (2%) Download The Siren Here

The Siren – Issue # 10

Table of Contents: Binding Arbitration NYSPFFA 75th Annual Convention 2013 Legislative Passed Proposals Download The Siren Here:

The Siren – Issue # 9

Table of Contents: Governor Proposes Local Government Restructuring Board ALBANY UPDATE Governor Lays Out His End of Session Priorities Scandals Cloud Albany McManus: Why Binding Arbitration Is Important NYSPFFA Participates In EMS Reform Roundtable Download The Siren Here:

The Siren – Issue #8

Table of Contents: Governor’s Binding Arbitration Proposal Not Included In 2013-14 Enacted Budget Albany Update SFY 2013-14 Enacted Budget NY Appellate Division Affirms That Exacerbated Degenerative Conditions Qualify For Pod Benefits Court Of Appeals Rules That Yonkers And Oswego Contracts Were Not “In Effect” NYS Comptroller’s Determinations Regarding What Is And Is Not An Accident… Read more

The Siren – Issue #7

Table of Contents: Governor’s 2013-14 Excutive Budget Threatens Binding Arbitration 9/11 Fund to Make First Payouts Governor Proposes Changes to Ambulance CON Process as Part of Executive Budget Download The Siren Here:

The Siren – Issue # 6

Table of Contents: New York, other states seek Federal Aid for storm recovery Albany update bi-partisan coalition to control State Senate Court rules for 9/11 Responders Mandate Relief Council declines to act to repeal Triborough Download The Siren here.