NIFA passes 2 resolutions toward lifting freeze on unionized county workers

Dozens of county workers gathered with signs in

Dozens of county workers gathered with signs in hand to protest the wage freeze, calling it unfair and illegal. (March 10, 2014 10:36 PM)

The watchdog agency charged with overseeing Nassau County's finances passed two resolutions Monday night that lay the groundwork to lift the wage freeze on unionized county workers.

The Nassau Interim Finance Authority board says the freeze will be lifted if several conditions are met by the county and the unions. The unions must agree to concessions, including all new Nassau County employees...

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