Gov. Kathy Hochul said that she’s supporting doormen, superintendents and other residential building workers if they go on strike.
“I’m not going to stop talking until labor wins their fights,” Hochul said during a worker rally on Wednesday. “32BJ, I have your back.”
The 32BJ SEIU, the union representing the New York workers, is negotiating with a group representing building owners and managers over a contract for the next four years. The current agreement ends on April 20.
If no contract is agreed to by next Wednesday, 30,000 people could walk off the job, which at many luxury buildings would force residents to take out their own
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