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Jim Conti Correspondence (1 of 2)
January 2 - March 29, 1990. Memos authorizing filing of Improper Practice charges at several districts; letter to regional staff directors, describing interns in Albany, plans for training, February 9; letter to director of Local Government and School District Affairs, CSEA, thanking him for waiver to organize nurses employed by Cortland School District, asking for meeting to discuss working together on other locals, February 9; letter requesting representative to attend health insurance conference, February 9; letters thanking NYSUT officials for spending time with interns, February 9; letters re various training; cover letters re safety and health violations at various school districts; letter to field representative discussing challenge of reducing health care costs, asserting that higher burden on employees was not the answer, February 2; cover letter to organizing report, adding that flexibility should be used in the percentage requirement for signatures needed to file a certification petition for teachers units, February 2; document, "Sexual Harassment: Policy Overview," with cover letter from President Hobart noting that it had been adopted by the NYSUT Board of Directors at its January 26 meeting; letters to health insurance executives and state agency officials thanking them for speaking at conference on health insurance, February 1; letter to Tom Hobart from the NYSUT Safety and Health Task Force urging that NYSUT support legislation raising the maximum benefit for workers injured on the job and closing the gap between disability awards for total and permanent partial disability, January 29; letters to regional safety and health groups asking that they provide training to NYSUT locals if a state grant became available, January 26; memo to regional staff directors asking that they identify locals to participate in health and safety training, January 25; letter to PERB director of Public Employment Practices & Representation, asking him to change the rule re validity of dues deduction or authorization cards that become stale during the period of litigation re petition, January 25; memo to regional staff directors announcing that U.S. Supreme Court would review whether a union that participated in work site safety and health monitoring could be held liable under state law in the event of an accident, January 25; memo noting that Central Islip School District was being sued by state Attorney General for violating Right to Know law and Public Employees Safety and Health Act, January 25; letter to Executive Director of NYCOSH, noting payment of $30,261, January 25; letter to NYS School Boards Association, requesting copies of Asbestos: A Handbook for School Board Members and Administrators, January 24; memo to regional staff directors re Appellate Division decision affirming state Supreme Court decision declaring unconstitutional the definition of "eligible teacher" for Excellence in Teaching eligibility, January 23; request to industrial hygienist at state Department of Labor to conduct Indoor Air Pollution Quality Survey for room in which Linotronic equipment was located, January 22; memo to general counsels and regional staff directors re agreement with AFSCME Council 82 prohibiting random drug testing, January 19; memo re planned activities for interns, criteria for tracking their progress, January 18; letters to individual regional staff directors re assignment of interns to their offices, January 17; letters to individual interns re assignments, January 16; minutes of NYSUT Task Force on Health and Safety meeting of January 12; request to National Committee on Pay Equity for review copy of Manual on Collective Bargaining for Pay Equity and price list for individual and bulk copies, January 12; letters to health insurance officials, requesting that they speak at health insurance conference on various topics, January 12; memo discussing ways to answer retirement questions for school-related personnel (SRPs), January 4