Faulting an arbitrator for “irrational overreach[ing],” a state appellate court has vacated a decision ordering the New York City Department of Eduction to restore on-street parking permits for school supervisors and administrators cut by the city in 2008-09. The unanimous ruling by the Appellate Division, First Department, in In re Council of School Supervisors and Administrators, Local 1 v. New York City Department of Education, 5302, reversed a decision by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joan Madden (See Profile), who had determined that the arbitrator’s decision should be confirmed.
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