Nassau corrections officers raise questions about wage freeze at NIFA meeting

NIFA originally put the wage freeze in place

NIFA originally put the wage freeze in place at the request of Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, who needed to save money in the budget. (January 27, 2014 11:25 PM)

Members of Nassau's Corrections Department attended a Nassau County Interim Finance Authority meeting Monday to ask when the county's three-year wage freeze will be lifted.

As News 12 has reported, the county recently gave out about $800,000 total in wage increases to appointed and non-union workers. NIFA has ordered the county to rescind or "claw back" those raises because the watchdog group...

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