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    Thumbs up Check it out! FDNY IS WORTH IT !!!

    Go this email from a guy at work. This is pretty
    sweet and easy. Someone is helping FDNY out with
    their pay. Click on it and help out...

    http://www.fdnyisworthit.com



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    The UFA has a tentative contract on the table. It calls for an 11 1/2 raise over 2 years.
    ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
    NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
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    Thumbs down Still falls short.....

    (New York-AP) -- Mayor Mike Bloomberg and the firefighters'
    union struck a deal to boost firefighters' wages after a long
    negotiating process complicated by the city budget crisis and the
    fire department's September 11th losses.
    Firefighters would receive a retroactive 10 percent salary
    increase for the two years during which they worked without a
    contract and increases in benefits worth 1-and-a-half percent. The
    contract does not mandate any changes in work rules.
    The deal, which mirrors one awarded to the city's police union
    by a state arbitration panel, requires ratification by the
    rank-and-file, which could take up to two months.
    Some firefighters say the deal strikes them as satisfactory in
    light of the city's dire fiscal situation.
    New York City, which has a 42-point-9 (B) billion dollar annual
    budget, faces an estimated deficit of 1 (B) billion dollars this
    fiscal year and 5 (B) billion to 6 (B) billion next year.

    (Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

    They oughta do better....you guys deserve it!
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