“By both parties, otherwise you go through the traditional binding arbitration party where one declares an impasse. The big picture on this is it says; let’s stop talking about the issue. And let’s start doing something about it. Because we’ve been talking about the problems of fiscally distressed localities for a long time, and second, stop papering over it. What is the answer going to be? A restructuring plan that is individual for that locality. Albany is different than Syracuse, is different than Buffalo, is different than Jamestown. And you are not going to be able to sit here and say one size fits all. Bring each one in, work with them to come up with a plan.”