New York City School District and Junior School Neighborhood Workers, School Neighborhood Workers, Senior School Neighborhood Workers, Principal School Neighborhood Workers, School Neighborhood Workers (Task Force Monitors), Community Assistant, Community Associate, Community Coordinator, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, District Council 37, Local 372 (1992)
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collective bargaining agreement; labor contract; labor agreement; NY; NYS; New York State; PERB; Public Employee Relations Board
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