Site Map Icon
RSS Feed icon
 
 
 
December 17, 2017
Welcome to the NYPFRA.org Website!!
Updated On: Dec 05, 2017

Thank you for using the website!

As a guest on NYPFRA.org you will not have
access to the
Member Resources

If you are not a member and would like to join please go to the
 Membership Application Form and follow the directions
You can call for a membership package to review:
Membership Chairman Mike Morano at 845-528-5478 or 

call 914-961-3800 and leave your name & address.
Please speak slow & clearly when leaving your information.
Thank you!
********************

Our next scheduled meeting will be on

Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7:25 pm

at the Homefield House,

 

911 Saw Mill River Road, Yonkers, NY


"50/50 Drawing & Refreshments to follow meeting"

*********************************

Meeting dates will be on the first Monday 
of the following months:
A
pril, May, June, October, November, & December
Emergency meetings be will called if needed and members notified by email.

*********************************

ATTENTION ALL 1982 class of Yonkers Firefighters 
a reunion dinner or luncheon is being planned.
All interested members of this class please contact Lou Bousche at 

914-557-8777 ASAP.

ALL RETIRED MEMBERS OF THE YONKERS FIRE DEPARTMENT:
In regards to your retired I.D. cards.
Please call Joelle at Yonkers City Hall #914-377-6180
and explain to her that you are a retired Yonkers Firefighter or Officer
and you need a new I.D. card.
She will advise you on how to obtain one.

******************************

Mount Vernon Owes Retired Firefighter $200K

LoHud Press: June 2, 2016

Michael Masullo, a retired disabled Mount Vernon firefighter, won an appellate court ruling June 1, 2016, that the city was wrong to strip him of benefits in 2009.(Photo: Submitted)

Mount Vernon will have to pay more than $200,000 to a retired firefighter after an appellate court found the city inappropriately cut off his disability payments in 2009.

The decision clears the way for Michael Masullo to collect seven years worth of payments he was denied.

The appellate decision sends the case back to acting state Supreme Court Justice Robert Neary to direct Mount Vernon to reinstate Masullo’s benefits and calculate the precise amount he is owed in salary and interest since February 2009.

The entire court decision is at:

 http://www.lohud.com/story/news/local/2016/06/02/mount-vernon-firefighter-benefits/85303560/ 

and on our website under Member Resources / Legal Decisions

******************************************************

Two New Important Links Have Been Added

Citizens for the Extension of the James Zadroga Act

Coalition to Help Injured and Dying 9/11 Responders and Survivors

AND

WTC HEALTH CARE LINK

************************


 
 
New York Police & Fire Retirees
Copyright © 2017, All Rights Reserved.
Powered By UnionActive™

174661 hits since Jan 22, 2008
Visit Unions-America.com!

Top of Page image