More then 300
"Mr. Mayor, you should've negotiated a contract with
But de Blasio spokesman
"We've been working in good faith with the PBA to come to an agreement that is fair to police officers and taxpayers, as we did last year when we reached the second agreement between the City and PBA since 1995," Contreras said. "However, the PBA decided to seek an arbitration process instead of joining us at the bargaining table. We're ready to continue conversations to reach the fair contract our police officers deserve."
The union and city did agree in
"What we're saying is start talking realistically, stop with the stalling tactics," Lynch said. "Stop trying to slow down our arbitration. We can get to a deal but we need someone to negotiate. We can't negotiate with ourselves."
The PBA did not tell the
Lynch also took a swipe at de Blasio's out of state trips.
"While we're patrolling the streets without a contract doing our jobs, the mayor is inside on the computer trying to book a flight to