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5 Benefits of Being a NYSUT Member

Forked Tongue

We don’t want to belabor the point, however, we will. The recent retirements of 105 Full-Time faculty is a zero-sum game. It will cost the College about $13,000,000 to pay out the retirees vs the $13,000,000 they would have paid these faculty if they never retired. Therefore, the “deficit” is a result of lower than […]

NCC BOT Meeting – January 12, 2016

Case Update: Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association

Union fees in jeopardy: In Plain English For nearly forty years, it has been settled that, although public employees who don’t join a union cannot be required to pay for the union’s political activities, they can be charged an “agency” or “fair share” fee to pay for other costs that the union incurs – for […]

Three NCC Trustees Gave To Murray Campaign

http://www.newsday.com/long-island/nassau/kate-murray-received-campaign-contributions-from-3-ncc-trustees-who-backed-her-for-counsel-s-job-1.11315060

United States Supreme Court Hears Friedrichs Case Today

COURT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS IN ANTI-UNION CASE With the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear oral arguments Jan. 11 in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the AFT and our allies continue pushing out the message about the threat the anti-union case poses to the rights of working Americans. On Jan. 6, union members attempted to […]

Linda Green’s Confirmation to NCC BOT

At approximately 3:03:41 is the actual discussion and confirmation http://nassaucountyny.iqm2.com/Citizens/SplitView.aspx?Mode=Video&MeetingID=1610&Format=Agenda

The Transition

The close of the Fall/2015 semester brings a total of 106 NCCFT members participating in the Special Retirement Incentive.  Below is a list of these colleagues who represent thousands of years of service.  The contributions made by these individuals to our students, campus and community are impossible to calculate, list or express.  We recognize their […]

How Nassau Republicans Take Care of One of Their Own

Nassau County Republican chairman Joseph Mondello is outraged by the bad apples in his party, just shocked by the poison of corruption flowing through the veins of local government. In an interview with Newsday, Mondello said he wanted to drum some individuals, who went unidentified, out of the GOP organization for giving it such a […]

December 8, 2015 NCC BOT Meeting