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Thruway Authority to cut 210 jobs

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The New York State Thruway Authority is laying off about 210 employees effective today. The CSEA union said in a news release that the authority has been mismanaged and filled with patronage jobs and claimed that only unionized employees are being terminated. CSEA spokesman Stephen Madarasz said a total of 81 people are in CSEA-represented positions — 39 in the canal system and 42 in the Thruway professional unit. “It’s also disingenuous if the administration ...


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deeder
April 4, 2013
6:54 a.m.

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This is long,long overdue! E-Z pass had to have (and will continue) a major impact. The Thruway was built and established to be toll free by the year 2000.

cidbil
April 4, 2013
7:08 a.m.

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The Thruway Authority should be dissolved, and the toll booths razed..........

wmarincic
April 4, 2013
7:31 a.m.

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Looks like good ol Danny Donahue is gonna have to take a pay cut. Let's all sing Oh Danny Boy.

caruso328
April 4, 2013
11:49 a.m.

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How many big shots got let go? I bet is none. Cut the non civil service patronage jobs first. Cut some from the top and stop blaming gross mismanagment on the people at the bottom.

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