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John Catsimatidis-Owned Oil Company Refuses to Sign Union Contract at Greenpoint Refinery – THE CITY
Originally from THE CITY
Newtown Creek Plant Burns Off Valuable Methane Daily as Waste Recycle Project Lags
This story was originally published by THE CITY.
Feds Open Probe into Brooklyn Fossil Fuel Plans Amid Environmental Racism Accusations
The pipeline is operational from Brownsville to East Williamsburg
Early Voting Begins June 12 in NYC’s Primary. Here’s What You Need to Know
Primary Day is June 22, but early voting begins this weekend.
Brooklyn Oil Workers Hope Strike Puts Heat on Billionaire Boss Catsimatidis
“They really don’t treat the workers with any respect”
Brooklyn Woman Baffled by Lack of Punishment for Cop Who Killed Her Son
Wright-Bovell said the loss of her son has created a void for her.
Food Workers Can Now Get the COVID Vaccine. Here’s How
The process for getting vaccinated is more complicated than it seems.
How a North Brooklyn Transfer of Political Power Threatens Millions in Funding to the Area
By Josefa Velasquez and Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY This article was originally published on Nov 2 at 7:40pm EST by THE CITY When voters in Williamsburg and Greenpoint cast […]
Brooklyn Community Board Considers Suspending Its 2020 Election Over Pandemic Disruptions, Sparking Backlash
This story was originally published on 6/8/20 by THE CITY. (By: Claudia Irizarry Aponte) A Brooklyn community board that approved spending $26,000 in public funds to buy an SUV is […]