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Myron Plotkin

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Background Information

Employment History

Field Representative

New Jersey Education Association


First Sergeant

New Jersey Army National Guard


Affiliations

Hammonton Police Benevolent Association

Representative


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www.ventnorevoice.com

The police union was asked to give back about $750,000 this year, said Myron Plotkin, labor relations consultant for Mainland Police Benevolent Association Local 77.
Plotkin said a combination of concessions have been discussed, but the PBA wants to check the financial numbers before anything can be decided. The Mainland PBA covers 86 police officers, and Plotkin said another meeting will be held next week.


www.allriskinc.com [cached]

Myron Plotkin, an Atlantic County field representative for the New Jersey Education Association, the teachers union, said mold infestations are not widespread and he was unaware of any local lawsuits regarding mold exposure.


www.aclink.org

"The arbitrator issued an award approximately a year ago, maybe two years now that has been appealed by the county a few times, and has recently been decided by PERC, and the issue is over as far as the Public Employment Relations Committee is concerned," said FOP Lodge #34 Labor Relations Consultant Myron Plotkin.
Plotkin said.


mail.hammontongazette.com [cached]

According to representative of the Hammonton Police Benevolent Association Myron Plotkin, the police have presented offers in line with what the Governor of New Jersey has asked including a one-year pay freeze with paying 1.5 percent into health insurance.
I can make it cost nothing in the second year, but there has to be an increase somewhere and even doing that it only comes to 7.5 and minus the six percent for insurance it only comes to 1.5 percent increase over four years," Plotkin said. I am here to let the public know that we have put on the table what you wanted and you have not taken it," Plotkin said. It is an unfair practice," Plotkin said. Plotkin and DiDonato agreed to a date to negotiate.


www.pressofatlanticcity.com

About three-quarters of Mainland Police Benevolent Association Local 77's Galloway membership supported the proposal that called for two layoffs rather than 14, as initially threatened, labor consultant Myron Plotkin said.
Reached on his cell phone at a fundraiser for the Police Unity Tour, Township Councilman Dennis Kleiner said he was eager for the remaining 12 officers to return to work. The head of the committee, the shop steward (K9 Officer Kevin Welsh), it was very difficult for him to get the words out," Plotkin said. The pair of eliminated jobs saved about $125,000, Plotkin said. The other 52 remaining police conceded an average $9,500 each: between $3,000 and $10,000 in furloughs and planned or potential overtime, with less-senior officers giving up more. If the state starts requiring public employees to kick in 1.5 percent of their salaries for health care, it would cost each officer another $1,500 on average, Plotkin said. Welsh said he called his colleagues Friday night to give them a rundown of the proposal they would vote on the next day.


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