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Southern Tier Regional Office: Correspondence
Binghamton/Elmira. Memo to Jim Conti from NYSUT legal counsel Bernard Ashe re proposed alcohol and drug abuse policy at Elmira school district, noting that the policy did not comport with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988, November 13; memos re gender pay equity issue among Endicott school-related personnel, June-July; NYSUT Legislative Bulletin re new law restricting disclosure of HIV status, with text of law; clippings re B19 childhood viral infection ("fifth disease"); memos re Binghamton Teachers Association settlement with school district, providing for a salary increase formula that denied prior service credit for some teachers, with text of tentative agreement, May-June; NYSUT Legislative Memorandum supporting bill to include substitute employees in school districts and BOCES as "public employees," May 30; legal memorandum to Jim Conti from NYSUT legal counsel Bernard Ashe re whether school bus drivers who handled student trips to NYC via Pennsylvania and New Jersey were exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act, May 17; State Education Department bulletin re school nurse responsibilities for internal medication, with related memos, May; memos re request for medical records of teacher, up for tenure, in Deposit school district, following short absence for illness, May; correspondence re lack of legal protections for employees under Workers' Compensation, case of bus driver in Newark Valley Central School District injured on the job, denied position and health coverage after unsuccessful attempts to return to work, possible legislative remedies, 1986-1987; memo re Stipulation Joint Employer agreement between Vestal, Binghamton, and Union-Endicott school districts and Substitutes United in Broome (SUB), February 7; memo from president of Windsor Teachers Association to superintendent of Windsor Central School District, expressing concern over plan for distance learning telecommunications network that could affect teacher staffing levels in three districts, demanding that the decision be negotiated as per PERB requirement, January 31