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sad face
17 MARCH 2013

Are you happy with your job? Who Cares?

I do! I have a couple of million of dollars in equipment, a building and a job to do in which entails making taxpayers happy in Rego Park and Forest Hills, Sanitation Workers safe and informed on what’s going on the job and bosses just ready to pounce on me when I screw up or (somebody else screws […]

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mayor-bloomberg
4 NOVEMBER 2011

Harry to Bloomy: “WE’VE ALREADY GIVEN!”

  The Bloomberg administration may seek to have employees pay more for their health-care costs, Deputy Mayor for Operations Caswell Holloway said at an Oct. 25 Citizens Budget Commission breakfast. “New York City employees…are unique in that they don’t make a substantial contribution to health care,” Mr. Holloway told the CBC, which has long pressed […]

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Skeetlebutt
8 JUNE 2011

Dropping cost of Pensions

By DAVID SIMS The Chief City pension costs will plateau in 2016 and then begin a “gradual, steady decline,” according to a new report from City Comptroller John C. Liu that undercuts Mayor Bloomberg’s assertion that pensions need to be cut back further before they become a crippling financial burden for the city. While pension […]

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Skeetlebutt
19 APRIL 2011

Roth 457 Qualified Distribution

Unlike the regular pre-tax 457 Plan where you can draw your money PENALTY- FREE after you SEPARATE FROM SERVICE: What represents a Roth 457 qualified distribution? A qualified Roth 457 distribution permits tax-free distributions of an employee’s after-tax Roth contributions and all associated earnings. Accordingly, the distribution amount is not included in the employee’s gross […]

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layoffs
21 MARCH 2010

DSNY Layoffs

  With talk of layoffs in the air, I would tell all the young sanitation workers to not worry because 831 union leaders will do everything they can to prevent this. Some things are in our favor, for one there are a lot of people leaving within the year, second it will cost more in […]

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