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The NYS Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive Compensation will hold a public hearing on November 30 on judges' pay.
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Text of press release.

MEDIA ADVISORY

New York State Commission
on Legislative, Judicial and
Executive Compensation

Commissioners:
Sheila Birnbaum, Chair
Hon. Barry A. Cozier (Ret.)
Roman B. Hedges
Mitra Hormozi
Gary Johnson
Hon. James J. Lack (Ret.)
Fran Reiter Date: November 19, 2015

NYS Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive
Compensation to Hold Public Hearing on November 30
on Issues Relating to Judicial Compensation

NEW YORK ─ The New York State Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive Compensation will hold a public hearing on November 30, 2015 at 11 a.m. at the New York City Bar Association, 42 W. 44th Street. The hearing will be restricted to issues relating to judicial compensation.

The hearing is open to the public and will also be viewable online via a live webcast. The public can also listen to the hearing by telephone. Information on remote viewing or listening will be posted at http://www.nyscommissiononcompensation.org prior to the date of the hearing.

The Commission will consider both oral and written testimony. Information on submitting testimony to the Commission is available on the Commissions website:
http://www.nyscommissiononcompensation.org

You may contact the Commission by email at nyscompensation@gmail.com or by regular mail at NYS Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive Compensation, 64 Beaver Street, Box 454, New York, NY 10004.
The New York State Commission on Legislative, Judicial, & Executive Compensation is an independent body tasked with examining, evaluating and making recommendations with respect to compensation for New York State’s judges, members of the state legislature, and state officials named in section 169 of the Executive Law. The recommendations shall have the force of law unless modified or abrogated by legislation prior to taking effect.
Every four years, beginning June 2015, the Commission is established with seven appointed members – three are designated by the Governor, one by the President Pro Tempore of the New York State Senate, one by the Speaker of the New York State Assembly, and two by the Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals, one of whom serves as chair of the Commission.

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