Deal reached to end Nassau wage freeze

A deal has been reached between county officials,

A deal has been reached between county officials, NIFA and the Nassau police officers' union to end the county's wage freeze for police officers after three years. (March 16, 2014 10:46 AM)

The wage freeze that was in place for 6,000 Nassau County workers for three years has been lifted following a week of negotiations.

The deal was hammered out by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, the fiscal watchdog group NIFA and the unions that represent county workers.

The terms of the deal include some concessions from county workers, including police officers. New hires will have...

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