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Police union OKs new contract

January 16, 2013

City Bureau of Police and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 29 have reached agreement on a new contract, according to police sources and Mayor Gabriel J. Campana....

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Jan-17-13 9:11 AM

@stacey21 -- And I would expect nothing more. Ha.

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Jan-17-13 8:59 AM

@Laughable -- I'll tell you what I think about a new police contract after you demonstrate the slightest understanding of the proper use of to, too, and two when you "right" to me on this forum.

And...still waiting for jeff33 to put his money where his mouth is. What is his definition of a "big" raise?

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Jan-16-13 10:35 PM

Areutheanus, of course you do not understand what you right. Tell this forum what you think you know about your contract. Some men in blue are to clever, obvious and way to demanding.

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Jan-16-13 6:46 PM

Ahh jeff33 just trying to poke the union bear again, I would expect nothing less

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Jan-16-13 5:31 PM

@laughin -- I don't quite understand your post. Sorry. What I THINK the terms of the contract are is irrelevant. I just wanted to hear exactly what jeff33 defines as "big" prior to the official announcement. His hit-and-run comments grow weary sometimes.

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Jan-16-13 1:20 PM

Aretsanus, You know Jeff is assuming his comment, so please feel free to tell this forum what the contract says.

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Jan-16-13 11:37 AM

@jeff33 -- Your quick, contrary, skeptical, and sarcastic comments about law enforcement are very apparent and you are never held accountable to support them, both here and in numerous other posts.

Real quick, then, and before the media/Mayor disclose the terms of the contract, tell us specifically here in this forum, on this thread, what you consider a big raise to be, please.

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Jan-16-13 9:06 AM

Jeff, do you really think if police were going to get a big raise that Mayor Campana would cancel the press conference and stay quiet? Get real. That's not his M.O. He would have been screaming mad and threatening. Because he is quiet, it means he got what he wanted.

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Jan-16-13 7:45 AM

New Contract = Big Raise!

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