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Nearing An Agreement

Chautauqua County, CSEA Unit 6300 Closing In On New Contract

October 5, 2013

MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County may soon have a contract with members of CSEA Unit 6300. The county’s current contract with CSEA expired Dec. 31, 2011, and the parties have been at impasse since 2012....

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Oct-06-13 3:21 AM

s*u*c*k in money

Really, Post-Journal? Your fascism is showing

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Oct-06-13 3:21 AM

Before most unions no longer fight for anything relevant to the average worker and just*****money for those at the top.

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Oct-05-13 9:13 PM

If the union jobs are so high paid why don't everyone just put an application in and get them self's some?????

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Oct-05-13 7:31 AM

unions sucking off taxpayers hard earn money, I see another Detroit coming near you soon. hmmm then what does the public sector unions get? If you work for tax dollars it should be illegal to have a union that feeds one particular political party as Obama's CSEA does. Vote political supporters of this concept out!

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Oct-05-13 7:02 AM

Way to go CSSEA!!!!

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Oct-05-13 5:08 AM

No contract since 12.31.11? Clearly there is no need for a contract then. The only one who needs a contract is the union itself..not the employees. Once again it is shown how having a union is irrelivant. NY should be right to work state and municipal employees should have right to opt out of union participation.

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