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Field Services
Agenda for AFT conference, "The State Federation as Employer," with memo from Jim Conti requesting approval to attend, December 19; request for information pamphlets from Workers' Compensation Board re on-the-job injury and off-the-job disability, October 29; letter from director of field services Robert Allen to Superior Officers Association, Police Department, Nassau County, explaining agency fees, October 9; memos to regional staff directors re telephone calls to other members on behalf of endorsed candidates for public office, September-October; memo re increased likelihood that representation elections will be more successful on the second or third attempt, September; legislative memorandum in support of bill that would allow collective negotiation re transfer of teachers within a school district, September, with text of bill; memos re leave by staff member for adoption and child care, comment that long notice requirement for specific leave dates isn't practicable for adoption, July; model by-laws to provide for inclusion of retirees, with document, "How Local Leaders Can Provide Continuation of Membership in Local/NYSUT AFT"; memo recommending against relocation of a combined Elmira/Jamestown regional office to Hornell, logistical difficulties, driving distances, alternative options, October 29; memo re Broward County (Florida) representation election, won by AFT, making AFT majority organization in Florida, June 10; memo from Ray Ratte to Vito DeLeonardis urging retention of Survive and Thrive Program, noting success of program in boosting staff morale, May 23; memo re membership increase projections, shortfall in New York City staff because of retirements, inability to recruit qualified candidates, May 23; resolution adopted by the NYSUT Representative Assembly to provide an attorney when a teacher chooses to use an alternative procedure to a 3020a hearing, with cover memo outlining process, March 18; Buffalo News clipping, "Stakes, Salaries High in Failed Bid to Gain Control of Union Local," April 13