Cemetery workers fight to keep jobs

Woodlawn Cemetery workers are fighting to keep their jobs as negotiations continue.The executive board at the cemetery has considered outsourcing to cut costs at the

THE BRONX - Woodlawn Cemetery workers are fighting to keep their jobs as negotiations continue.

The executive board at the cemetery has considered outsourcing to cut costs at the institution. Workers say they are constantly battling for their jobs.

The management says fewer families are using the cemetery and less workers are needed.

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