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State of New Hampshire
PUBLIC EMPLOYEE LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
SALEM POLICE RELIEF Petitioner
: : : CASE NO. P-0715:11
TOWN OF SALEM, N.H. and HOWARD GLYNN, IN HIS CAPACITY AS CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF SELECTMEN Respondent
DECISION NO. 90-112
Salem Police Relief: Theresa DeNafio, Esq., Counsel
Representing Town of Salem: Robert Leslie, Esq., Counsel Also appearing: D. Micklon, Selectmen David B. Tilton, Jr., Selectmen Howard C. Glynn, Chairman Robert Ciandella, Esq., Town Attorney Det. Mark Pierson Officer Joseph Swift Devin P. Kineen, Union President Lt. Foster Patrolman Paul Marchand Det. Mark Cavanaugh Det. Roger Beaudet Lt. Donald LeBlanc Chief James Ross BACKGROUND Case No. P-0715:11, charges filed by the faith bargaining on the part alleging bad specifically against Chairman Howard Glynn for to an inquiry from a Salem citizen who questioned Salem Police Relief (Police) of the Board of Selectmen, statements made in response the status of negotiations. a settlement before ...
Published December 14, 2006
Raid illustrates need for immigration reform
Current 'system' fails all involved.
The raid at Swift & Co. in Marshalltown Tuesday is a harsh reminder of the need to reform the nation's broken immigration system. In most cases, it appears that the people hauled away in handcuffs are guilty of nothing worse than working while in the country illegally because they are trying to support their families. Of 90 people arrested in Iowa, two will face criminal charges related to identity theft, according to information released Wednesday. Of the total arrested in raids at meatpacking plants in Iowa and five other states (1,282), criminal charges will be filed against 65. Apparently all will face civil charges for violating immigration law. The next Congress and President Bush must fix the law. Otherwise, despite occasional raids, people living in poverty will continue to slip across the border to work for employers willing to hire them. Some will work awhile and return home. Others will ...