NHLRB hands Town of Pittsfield loss on OT, police details cutbacks
The issue heated up in March, when the town's newly elected board of selectmen issued a directive forbidding scheduled overtime — a commonly used tool for emergency personnel like ambulance drivers and EMTs, police officers and highway crews who work to keep roads safe through New Hampshire's harsh winters.
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