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Pastor David M Wells New Life Ministries

Forget about what Jesus has to say- why wasn't his ass put in jail? Anyone who protected him by 'forgiving' and keeping it hush hush has allowed it to continue elsewhere. He obviously went on to rob other parishes. Was it even his choice to finally leave NLA Schenectady, or did the questions start to become too much?  (Sep 27, 2012 | post #42)

Schenectady, NY

State worker charged with forging doctor's note for handi...

Hope that was worth it- dumbass.  (Sep 27, 2012 | post #1)

Schenectady, NY

Donna D Erno , 99 Sacandaga Rd, Scotia NY

If anybody knows Donne Erno please have her call the creditors from EOS-CCA @ 877-869-5598 so THEY STOP CALLING MY HOUSE FOR HER! I am tired of getting messages for this skank from people trying to collect money from her. She works at NYS Dept of Health- please garnish her wages and leave me alone. I see she hasn't changed at all in the last 15 years or so- still running scams. IN RE: the Claim of Donna D. ERNO IN RE: the Claim of Donna D. ERNO, Appellant. Commissioner of Labor, Respondent. -- September 30, 2004 Before:  SPAIN, J.P., CARPINELLO, ROSE, LAHTINEN and KANE, JJ. McCary & Huff L.L.P., Scotia (Kathryn McCary of counsel), for appellant.Eliot Sitzer, Attorney General, New York City (Dawn A. Foshee of counsel), for respondent. Appeal from a decision of the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board, filed June 20, 2003, which, inter alia, ruled that claimant was disqualified from receiving unemployment insurance benefits because she voluntarily left her employment without good cause. Claimant was employed as the unit manager of a nursing home and worked from 9:30 A.M. to either 4:00 P.M. or 5:00 P.M. at the employer's premises, and the rest of the time at home.   The employer permitted her to work such hours to accommodate her child care responsibilities.   When claimant's position was eliminated, the employer offered her the position of staff coordinator, but would not allow her to work the same hours.   As a result, claimant declined the position and her employment ended.   She applied for unemployment insurance benefits and represented on her application that she had lost her employment due to lack of work.   Although she was initially awarded benefits, the Commissioner of Labor issued a redetermination, subsequently upheld by the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board, that she was disqualified from receiving benefits because she voluntarily left her employment without good cause.   It also found that she had made a willful misrepresentation to obtain benefits and charged her with a recoverable overpayment as well as reduced her right to receive future benefits.   Claimant appeals.  We affirm.  “Absent a compelling reason, an employee's preference for a particular work schedule does not constitute good cause for leaving employment” (Matter of Izzo [Commissioner of Labor], 2 A.D.3d 1259, 768 N.Y.S.2d 841 [2003] [citations omitted];  see Matter of Marcheschi [Commissioner of Labor], 306 A.D.2d 613, 614, 759 N.Y.S.2d 716 [2003] ) .   Here, claimant admitted that she did not accept the new position because the work hours were different from her former position, and the Administrative Law Judge found her testimony regarding her reason for refusing the change in work schedule to be incredible and unpersuasive (see Matter of McCaffery [Commissioner of Labor], 264 A.D.2d 893, 894, 696 N.Y.S.2d 245 [1999] ) .   Under these circumstances, substantial evidence supports the Board's finding that she voluntarily left her employment without good cause.   Furthermore, to the extent that claimant acknowledged that continuing work was available, but stated on her application that she lost her job due to lack of work, substantial evidence also supports the Board's finding of willful misrepresentation (see Matter of Mallimo [Commissioner of Labor], 6 A.D.3d 1017, 1018, 775 N.Y.S.2d 612 [2004] ) . ORDERED that the decision is affirmed, without costs.  (Sep 26, 2012 | post #1)