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Town of Islip v. New York State Public Employment Relations Board, 95

In an action challenging the determination made by defendant-State Employment Relations Board that the plaintiff-town violated Civil Service Law section 209-a (1)(d) when it unilaterally discontinued the practice of permanently assigning town-owned vehicles to certain employees: 1) defendant-Board reasonably applied precedent when making its determination, which is supported by substantial evidence; but, 2) defendant-Board's remedial order is unreasonable insofar as it requires plaintiff-town to restore vehicle assignments to the affected employees.

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  • Decided 06/05/2014
  • Published 06/05/2014


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