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Labor Problems In Ithaca: Unions Respond To City Attorney’s Comments As ‘Tumultuous Month Continues’ – Labor Leadership Says Ithaca ‘Deserves Better And So Do The Workers’

Published Friday, November 18, 2022
by Labor News Story Link To The Ithaca Voice
Labor Problems In Ithaca: Unions Respond To City Attorney’s Comments As ‘Tumultuous Month Continues’ – Labor Leadership Says Ithaca ‘Deserves Better And So Do The Workers’

The Ithaca Voice reports the City’s five Labor Unions have penned a joint letter responding to City Attorney Ari Lavine in the first official fallout from Lavine’s speech last week that condemned certain City Worker complaints at November’s first Common Council meeting, calling the meeting an “obscene spectacle.”  The Op-Ed was authored by five Union Leaders that represent City Employees: Thomas Condzella, President of the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association; Jeanne Grace, President of the City Executive Association; Kevin Kohler, President of the Ithaca Professional Firefighters Association; Justin Perkins, President of Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Department of Public Workers Unit; and Courtney McGuire, the President of the CSEA Administrative Unit.

To Directly Access The Labor Leaders’ Op-Ed, Go To: https://ithacavoice.com/2022/11/op-ed-ithaca-deserves-better-and-so-do-the-workers/

And For More, Read: Unions Respond To City Attorney’s Comments As Tumultuous Month Continues At https://ithacavoice.com/2022/11/unions-respond-to-city-attorneys-comments-as-tumultuous-month-continues/

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