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Cribbin Gains Full Term To Run COBANC

The Chief-Leader
May 19, 2006
By Reuven Blau


Patrick Cribbin has been elected president of the Court Officers' Benevolent Association of Nassau County, defeating Matt Raber, 371 votes to 233.

Mr. Cribbin had been serving as the acting president since Anthony Longo stepped down last May. "I'm very pleased," Mr. Cribbin said in a May 11 phone interview. "The people responded - they have a lot of confidence in me."

COBANC represents approximately 930 state workers in 64 titles working in Nassau County.


Turnover At the Top

The union has had four presidents in as many years. Paul Margiotta resigned after completing law school, Mike Moore stepped down after accepting a managerial position, and Mr. Longo resigned to spend more time with his family.

"I'm planning on staying on long-term," Mr. Cribbin asserted. The major issues that the union will work on, he added, are geographic pay, pension reform, and obtaining a line-of-duty death benefit for peace officers.

The other union officers elected were: John Clancy, 1st vice president; Susan Glasbrenner, treasurer; and Lori Caronia, Secretary. There will be a runoff election between Cindy Bohanan and Anthony Franzone for the 2nd vice president position. Ballots in that vote will be counted May 24, Mr. Cribbin said.