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LABORERS UNION CONDEMNS INWOOD REZONING AND ECHOS COUNCIL MEMBER MOYA’S CALL FOR A FREEZE ON FURTHER REZONINGS

Union Supports Council Member Moya’s Call For Freeze On Neighborhood Rezonings Until Critical Concerns With Process Are Addressed New York, NY – Following today’s vote in favor of the Inwood rezoning, the City’s latest deeply flawed neighborhood rezoning that disregarded the needs and concerns of construction workers, GNY LECET’s Executive Director Patrick Purcell issued the following statement: “Today’s approval of the Inwood rezoning was an affront to Democracy and an embarrassment for the City of New York. The process now being used to approve these re-zonings is built on lying to stake holders, spreading misinformation, delaying tactics, unnecessary and dramatic middle of the night negotiations and politically self-serving results. A system that was created by this administration and now supported by far too many New York City Council Members. A system that benefits wealthy developers and [...]

August 3rd, 2018|Categories: News, Press Releases|

NYSAFAH Conference

NYSAFAH had their 2015 NYC Conference today and had their sights aimed on tearing down prevailing wage. Construction workers alongside community organizations like VOCAL NY confronted them about their wage and poverty wages. Take action and tell NYSAFAH to clean up their act! NYSAFAH had their 2015 NYC Conference today and had their sights aimed on tearing down prevailing wage. Construction workers alongside community organizations like VOCAL NY confronted them about their wage theft and held a food drive for the workers they pay poverty wages.

May 13th, 2015|Categories: News|

Construction Safety Visit

Joining with Build Up NYC and community allies GNY LECET attempted a construction safety visit today. The non-union Pierhouse construction site in Brooklyn Bridge Park has had 10 stop work orders since August 2013. Many of these stop work orders concern health and safety violations, including worker injuries– one of which occurred on February 27th when a worker was injured by carrying a window glass without safety straps.

April 30th, 2015|Categories: News|

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