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Posted on April 8 at 8:59 a.m. (Suggest removal)

There is no promise of NO LAYOFFS if the workers accept the concessions!!! They will accept the pay cut and still face layoffs down the road...

“We have asked all New Yorkers to make modest sacrifices,” Paterson stated in his letter to workers.

He gave huge pay raises and promotions to his direct staff and exempted management from layoffs that is not sharing the sacrifices. He wants to take away from and layoff the hard working low waged State employees who struggle to support there families while giving huge raises on top of the already huge salaries he pays his staff.

STOP THE LAYOFFS AND CUT THE WASTE, STATE MONEY IS WASTED EVERYDAY........


From: Paterson sets July 1 for layoffs


Posted on March 26 at 11:19 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Gov. David Paterson’s approved huge pay raises and promotions for his direct staff who already earned ridiculously huge salaries. The hard working State employees who struggle to support there families he wants to take away 3% negotiated cost of living raise and 5 days pay, these hard working employees also can not get promoted under his State hiring freeze.


From: State targets 9,000 layoffs


Posted on March 26 at 11:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Gov. David Paterson’s approved huge pay raises and promotions for his direct staff who already earned ridiculously huge salaries. The hard working State employees who struggle to support there families he wants to take away 3% negotiated cost of living raise and 5 days pay, these hard working employees also can not get promoted under his State hiring freeze.
Where is the so called shared sacrifice here?


From: Legislators critical of layoffs


Posted on March 26 at 11:14 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Gov. David Paterson’s approved huge pay raises and promotions for his direct staff who already earned ridiculously huge salaries. The hard working State employees who struggle to support there families he wants to take away 3% negotiated cost of living raise and 5 days pay, these hard working employees also can not get promoted under his State hiring freeze.
Where is the so called shared sacrifice here?


From: Editorial: What did state unions expect?


Posted on March 26 at 10:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)

"The state Office of Children and Family Services says anything beyond talking is not just useless, but counter-productive."

This is why all NY State Office of Children and Family Services Facilities for Juveniles are out of control.


From: Dad charged for 'whupping' his son


Posted on December 29 at 7:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

God bless this hero and his family, may they find peace knowing that he died among brothers doing what he wanted to do and believed his life calling was.


From: Devoted citizen soldier recalled


Posted on December 27 at 10:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)

The following below is a Letter to the Editor in The Leader-Herald - POSTED: December 24, 2008 about this article.

"Attorney’s statements were slanderous

Mr. Robert Keach (attorney), it is not our intention to engage in a debate with you in the media, but we feel the need to respond to your slanderous comments and false accusations regarding the death of the youth at Tryon.

Mr. Keach, let's state the facts: This case was investigated by the State Police, the District Attorney's Office, a medical examiner, a grand jury, the Inspector General's Office and a special investigations unit from the state. If we had done something wrong, don't you believe that one of these agencies would have uncovered it? The truth is we did nothing wrong, and all you are trying to do is turn the public sentiment toward you and your client.

And finally, Mr. Keach, let's be honest, you could care less about the youth who died, his mother or any other youth at Tryon. What you care about, Mr. Keach, is a big fat paycheck.

BOB MURPHY

Johnstown

JOHN JOHNSON

Johnstown"


From: Mother sues for millions in Tryon death


Posted on December 21 at 8:51 p.m. (Suggest removal)

“What we haven’t done is to coach people through this process,” Burrell said. “We talk about positive youth development and transformation, but we weren’t doing the coaching to help our staff to transfer that knowledge to their practice.”

YOU STILL HAVE NOT DONE THIS! HOW DO YOU CALL THOSE FIVE WEEKS OF BS STATE OF THE ART TRAINING. HALF THE TIME THERE WERE NO TRAINERS. WHEN THERE WAS IT WASN'T NEW TRAINING IT WAS ALL REFRESHER TRAINING AND RUSHED AT THAT, SOMETHING THAT WAS SUPPOSE TO TAKE 5 HOURS WAS DONE IN 2. I WAS THERE EVERYDAY THERE WAS NO "coaching to help our staff to transfer that knowledge to their practice.” IT WAS A BIG WASTE OF TIME. THERE WERE NO NEW SKILLS OR TOOLS TAUGHT TO PERFORM OUR JOBS. WE COULDN'T EVEN GET ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON HOW THEY WANTED AND EXPECTED THINGS TO BE AND HAPPEN OR ON HOW THEY WANTED AND EXPECTED STAFF TO DEAL WITH ALL DIFFERENT KINDS OF SITUATIONS.


From: Tryon official hopes for healing


Posted on December 17 at 10:30 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Why don't we see anything in the State Budget about all the fund's to the Illegal Aliens that are in NY State. We can save billions by cutting education, medical and social service benefits to those that are not in this country illegally. We are in such a hugh economic crisis so why do we continue to just give money away. Round them up and kick them out of NY and kick them out of the U.S.A.


From: Budget slashes state’s payroll


Posted on November 15 at 9:23 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Those making over $100,000 a year will not share in the pain, neither will the Governor. There positions will not be cut and there excessively high wages will not be cut. The same thing can be said for several others including all other agencies not just OCFS. Instead they will put people who actually work with kids everyday out of work. This has been Carrion's plan all along!!!


From: State to cut 50 beds at Tryon


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