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Dunkirk: Benefits drive local costs

March 15, 2013

Does your employer pay you to take a lunch? How about cash for unused vacation time? If you are missing out on these benefits, then maybe you should consider becoming a town of Dunkirk employe....

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Bulldog

Mar-15-13 3:54 AM

Yes, to questions number one and two.The pay scale is very low in the Town of Dunkirk and your trying to stir up sh@t.

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Chuck392

Mar-15-13 6:32 AM

This is certainly nothing new. Schools have done this for 40 or more years now.

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Steiner

Mar-15-13 8:50 AM

The govt is the new god now. In Erie county , their slogan is when the govt works erie county does too. Implying of course that no private industry could work without a watching govt entity. I bet that the coal would not even burn in Dunkirk plant without the govt. Combustion would say, we need a govt agent ! thats the way it is folks, believe it. Thats why the govt people say you did not build it. they mean, of course the govt did. Makes them feel good.

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Dcronlg

Mar-15-13 9:16 AM

If this editorial doesn't sound like a bunch of gossipy church ladies at a Thursday afternoon tea, discussing fantasized innuendos ad naseum, then I don't know what is.

I'm glad to see that the clueless church lady gaggle of geese OBSERVER board neither fails itself at self-realization nor fails to validate its worthlessness.

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baseball

Mar-15-13 11:22 AM

A lot of government employees are on call during lunch, like highway, police, fire, I bet they do not get a full lunch quite often!

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Captain

Mar-15-13 6:20 PM

The steel plant has a 20 min paid lunch & 2 paid breaks, 10 min each.

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Chuck392

Mar-15-13 6:24 PM

I'll bet that the editor of the Observer also continues to receive pay during his lunch.

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MikeDavis

Mar-15-13 9:29 PM

I should have known Dc would bring out the church lady and gaggle drivel yet again. You're tired diatribe is over DC, find a a new schtick. AS far as paid lunch, not very many private comapanies offer that and the vacation is "use it or lose it." Why would anyone want burnt out, over worked people taking care of the fire, police, and EMT services? So they can make an extra week or two salary because they didn't take the time to relax? Dc please...for all the people tired of your verbage. Stop being the designated Cretin Using Nerdy Terminology...although you are without a doubt the best at it, just stop. It proves nothing but your fear of using your mental faculties to come up with a new idea every week or so...

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concerned

Mar-16-13 10:23 PM

captain I believe the labor law reads 1/2 half hour unless the workers are covered by a union contract that allows the change to a 20 min paid lunch. I don't know if town employees are represented by a union.

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joew

Mar-17-13 7:24 PM

Chuck392-I'll bet the taxpayers don't pay his salary either!

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timeisthefire

Mar-18-13 12:03 AM

to those that agree with steiney,what is the matter with you ??... ... ...

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PhilJulian

Mar-18-13 9:59 AM

Why do we need town governments? It's just one more layer of bureaucrats to feed at the public trough.

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