New York Post
January 7, 2003

Less than equal

ADD police sergeants to the growing list of New Yorkers who feel disenfranchised under Mayor Bloomberg. Members of the Sergeants’ Benevolent Association – who were offered smaller raises that those won by the bigger, more powerful Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association – join cigarette smokers and property owners in feeling put upon by City Hall. The sergeants are angry they will now have to spend time and money on lawyers and accountants to fight for more pay before the state Public Employment Relations Board.