Hundreds Protest Four-Year Wage Freeze, Health Insurance Loss at Bronx Co-op

    Hundreds Protest Four-Year Wage Freeze, Health Insurance Loss at Bronx Co-op

    New York, NY – July 17, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Concourse Village workers, tenants and hundreds of their supporters will rally outside the apartment complex this Wednesday afternoon to protest the co-op board’s proposed 4-year wage freeze for their staff. Sixty-seven porters and handypersons are about to lose their health insurance and pension if an agreement with the board is not reached soon. Workers and their union, 32BJ SEIU, have bargained in good faith with the co-op board since the contract expired in 2011 to no avail

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