Kearny Officers Settle Contract
representing Kearny’s police and superior officers have signed an
agreement that paves the way for modest raises over the next three...
Washington Twp. Officers Settle Contract
The Township of
Washington has come to terms on a new three-year contract with the
police department which awards 1.5 percent salary increases...
The Record Editorial: Cops Should be Paid for
Donning and Doffing
AT FIRST reading, the
idea that cops in Teaneck should be paid for getting in and out of their
uniforms seems ridiculous and an example...
Clifton Police Settle Contract
CLIFTON – Following
more than a year of negotiations, the City Council and Clifton's police
unions have come to a contract agreement...
Police Settle Contract
LAWRENCE — A
three-year police contract approved this week lengthens officers’ shifts
to 12 hours, freezes their salary this year and reduces....
Approve Verona Police Salaries
Township Council last week introduced an ordinance to approve this
year's base annual salaries (excluding any overtime) for members...
Bergen Sheriff's Contract Honored
A judge has
ordered Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan to implement a contract
negotiated last year by Sheriff Michael...
After Port Authority PD Salaries
police officers earn far more on an hourly basis than their counterparts
in most surrounding law enforcement agencies...
Approves New Contract with Superior Officers
If state Sen.
Nicholas Sacco were to step down today as the assistant school
superintendent in North Bergen, his 445 unused sick days...
Lawmakers Still Have their Sweetheart Deals
Council ratified a memo of understanding to approve a four-year contract
with the Lower Township Superior Officers....
Police Settle Contract
RANDOLPH TWP. – Three new union contracts have been negotiated, all of
which will keep salary increases for many township employees...
Council Okays 4-Year Police Contract
VERNON — Township police officers will receive a 1.5 percent pay raise
this year under a four-year agreement unanimously approved Monday...
Borough Settles Contract
Working with the Woodstown Borough Council, Woodstown police recently
entered a new contract to accommodate the current economy and...
Barnegat Superior Officers Finish Contract
Township officials and the union that represents police department
officers of rank have reached agreement on a new three-year contract...
Arbitrator Settles State Police Contract
Troopers with the New Jersey State Police received at least $23.4
million in retroactive payments under a contract awarded by an...
Rejects Englewood Cliffs Arbitration Appeal
The New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission, PERC, rejected
the borough's appeal of an arbitrator's decision that awards raises...
Police Settle Contract
police contract for Hawthorne’s Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA)
officers was approved at the Jan. 18 council meeting...
Decides on Nutley Police Contract
After three years without a contract, an interest arbitration decision
and award between Nutley and the police union has been handed down.
Police Settle Contract
JAMESBURG — A new four-year contract has
been signed between the Borough of Jamesburg and the Police Benevolent
No Raises in Hamilton Until 2013
- No township employee received a raise in 2011, and none will for
another 14 months.
North Arlington Police Contract Finally Settled
The Public Employment Relations Commission will let stand an
arbitrator's decision to award police officers 2.5 percent raises for
East Brunswick Reaches Deal with Police Unions
EAST BRUNSWICK — The township
has signed new, three-year contracts with the Policemen’s Benevolent
Association and the Fraternal Order...
Unions Counter on Pensions, Benefits
TRENTON — With
the state’s pension and health benefit issues casting a dark shadow over
New Jersey’s finances, government workers union...
Middletown Settles Contracts, Saves Jobs
Middletown and its two police unions, the Superior Officers Association
(SOA) and the Policemen’s Benevolent Association (PBA), have reached...
Towns to Police: Help
The thin blue line is getting thinner as police jobs have been put
on the cutting block in some of the largest cities across the state from
Park, Police Union Reach Agreement
PALISADES PARK — The borough and police union agreed Wednesday to a
new contract with a 6...
Vineland Police Save Jobs, Give Concessions
VINELAND -- The city's police union agreed Thursday night to take a
concession that will...
Carney's Point PD Settles 2-Year Contract
A two-year police contract was approved here at the most recent township
committee meeting, ...
Mixed Arbitration Award for Rumson PD:
Good Raises but Officers Must Pay 10% of Health Insurance
For nearly four years, Rumson officials and its police union have been
at loggerheads on a...
South Brunswick Officers Give Up Overtime to Save
As municipal leaders continue looking for ways to cut the proposed
municipal budget, the...
Vineland Police Accept Concessions to Save Jobs
The city's police union agreed Tuesday to a list of concessions that are
designed to avoid a...
Parsippany Settles Contract
The Parsippany Council approved contracts with two of the township’s
unions last week...
Ewing Police Unions Sue to Stop Layoffs Claiming
EWING — Ewing PBA Local 111 and the Superior Officers Association —
which represent ...
Franklin Lakes Chief Steps Down to Become First
Public Safety Director
FRANKLIN LAKES —
The borough’s top cop is set to hang up his holster but is expected to
remain top gun.
Clifton Officers Settle Contract
CLIFTON – On Tuesday night, the City Council agreed to give its Police
Department's rank and..
City of Summit, PBA at a Standoff
SUMMIT — Overtures have been made by both sides in negotiations between
the City of...
Paramus Police Give up Raises
PARAMUS — The police union has agreed to forgo raises this year to avoid
the large layoffs and...
Evesham Police Okay 12-Hour Shifts
EVESHAM — Over the past three years, township police officers have
pushed to lengthen.....
Princeton Twp. Still in Contract Talks
between the Township Committee and police union continued this week as
Red Bank Police Agree to Furloughs
Following more than an hour of closed-session talks over negotiations,
the Red Bank Borough Council voted...
Haddonfield Celebrates New Police Contract
Haddonfield Borough Commission unanimously authorized a new contract
with its police department this...
Hoboken Council Votes Down Police Union Contract
City Council had the authority Wednesday night to finalize the police
Middlesex Borough Settles Contract
BOROUGH — The Borough Council has approved a new contract with the
Paramus to Appeal Arbitrator's Award of 4% Each
Year for Four Years
Council voted to appeal a recent decision that awarded the Paramus
Norwood Negotiation Headed for Arbitration
After months of unsuccessful police contract talks, the Policemen’s
Woodcliff Lake Police at Odds Over New Hire Salary
WOODCLIFF LAKE – In the wake of last year’s retirement of Lt. Bruce
Conway and the...
3 Years, No Contract in Wyckoff
Wyckoff — The Township Committee is holding a special closed session at
1:30 p.m. today,...
Plainsboro Settles Contract
PLAINSBORO — Township officials say they plan to work on new three-year
contracts for dispatchers...
North Haledon Signs 5-Year Contract at 0%, 0%, 4%,
North Haledon — Police officers won't see a raise until 2011. The
Conflict Leads to New Arbitrator in Nutley
The ongoing arbitration to settle the salaries for the Nutley Police
Department has been ...
Ramsey Officers Settle Contract
RAMSEY — The police union and borough have lifted the deadlock in three
years of negotiations by...
Boonton Gets 2-Year
Contract, 3.75% Each Year
BOONTON TWP. - The township
will save at least $10,000 in health insurance costs for its...
Town Wants Concessions from Englishtown Officers
ENGLISHTOWN — A Heritage Drive resident told the Borough Council
that a recent experience with...
Red Bank Settles Contract: Two Year, 3%
Borough officials Tuesday night approved a tentative contract
with the local police union calling for 3...
Citizen: Interlaken Wasting Money on Police
I recently reviewed the
Interlaken police chief's contract and was astounded at the ludicrous
Audubon Still Fighting for Police Contract
The Borough of Audubon made a
final effort to recover a lost police contract with Audubon Park last...
Bernardsville Police Renewing Contract
— Seven months into 2009, borough police are again in the
position of working without...
Somerset Sheriffs Still Without Contract
— Somerset County and the union representing rank-and-file sheriff's
Maplewood Police Settle Contract
Following a two-and-a-half year
struggle, Maplewood Township and the police unions are finally nearing
Twp. Officers Settle Contract
TWP. -- Officials awarded raises to township employees last
night, but it...
Princeton Cops Get Two-Year Contract
PRINCETON BOROUGH --
Police officers and sergeants here will receive retroactive
Collingswood Mayor Says Deal Coming on
The police layoffs in Collingswood and the brouhaha over police
coverage in ...'
Overtime, Manpower at Issue in Penns Grove
Down on manpower, the Penns Grove Police Department is "drying up"
overtime and ...
Franklin Twp. Employees Trying to Negotiate Away
Layoffs May, 2009
The leaders of five unions have
agreed to negotiate with Franklin in order to avoid ...
Vineland Police Settle Contract
VINELAND -- After two
years and almost two months, the Police Benevolent Association...
Essex Executive: End Binding Arbitration!
Governments at all
levels daily face many complex issues that are intensified
Vineland Council Postpones Vote on Police Contract
VINELAND -- The rank-and-file
officers at the city police department will go without a contract for at
least another few weeks. dispatching of police to Monmouth County...
PBA Requests Fairhaven to Delay Decision on
Dispatchers February, 2009
The Borough Council has been asked to postpone a vote scheduled for
Feb. 23 on shifting the...
Camden County CO's Refuse to Yield
make concessions in a declining economy, at least one Camden
County union "is not giving anything up," a county labor
organizer said Monday.
Daily Journal: Give Vineland Cops Raise
Council soon will have to decide whether to approve a four-year police
contract for rank and file officers.
Revolt' Gets Chief's Contract Approved
It took a mini-revolt by Borough Council members to get Police Chief
Len Guida's three-year contract ratified.
Bernardsville Back to
Drawing Board with Contract
With the arrival of the new year, the entire
borough police department is back to square one as far as working
without a current pay contract.
Vineland Approaching Two Years Without Contract
VINELAND -- With the city's police union
nearing the two-year mark since its contract expired, the members are
becoming more anxious for settlement.
Cape May Sheriffs Officers Settle Contract
CREST HAVEN — Four sergeants and 33
sheriff's officers in the county Sheriff's Department, who are members
of Police Benevolent Association Local 59, ratified a ...
Millville Officials Meet Behind
Closed Doors over Stalled Contract Talks
MILLVILLE – City
commissioners met in closed session Monday night after the
regular City Commission meeting to discuss contract negotiations
on the four city unions without contracts.
Police Contract Still on the Table in Bernardsville
BERNARDSVILLE — Borough officials and
local police continue to disagree over the terms of a new
contract to replace the pact that expired Dec. 31, with the
sticking point reportedly being the number of years the new
police contract would cover.
Police Contract on Audubon's Agenda
The Audubon Borough Commission focused on administrative actions
during the public portion of the municipal caucus on Tuesday. No
action was expected on police department personnel issues and
various other pending contract items held for closed discussion
by the commission.
Op/Ed: Vineland Officers Would Have Accepted Fair Contract
I have great respect for former Vineland Mayor Perry Barse, just
as I do for Mayor Robert Romano. However, as the wife of a
Vineland police officer, I must respond to Mayor Barse's
contention that the PBA felt it was better off waiting to
negotiate with Mayor Romano to try to settle its contract.
Police Contract Key Issue in Loch Harbor
LOCH ARBOUR — This
village of 280 people must choose by the end of next year which
outside police department should help protect its eight blocks.
The town's contract with Ocean Township will be up after 13
years, and the two winners in the Board of Trustees Nov. 4 race
will help make that decision.
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