Power plant officials, unions discuss alleged hate crime

Nearly a week after the Co-op City Power Plant confirmed a noose was found inside the building, the plant?s management met with local leaders to

CO-OP CITY - Nearly a week after the Co-op City Power Plant confirmed a noose was found inside the building, the plant?s management met with local leaders to discuss the alleged hate crime.

Residents of Co-op City expressed fear and outrage after the alleged hate crime took place on Oct. 27. The plant?s management says the noose was found hanging from a ceiling.

Management met with local union leaders and the borough?s district attorney to discuss a course of action. Residents say they hope the issue is dealt with immediately.

?I think the community needs a little cleaning up,? Patrick Elvin, a local resident, says. ?It?s getting violent over here.?

A meeting held Nov. 5 in Co-op City gave residents a chance to speak out about their worries and to talk about the city?s plan of action.

?We want to send a message to people that we're not going to tolerate this!? Elaine Cole, of Co-op City, says. ?We are going to investigate it, and we want to know what management is going to do about it.?

According to community members, they will continue to work with the district attorney?s office in this investigation. They have also sent a letter to the police commissioner, but have yet to hear a response.

advertisement | advertise on News 12

Trending Video

An oil truck struck and killed a woman 1 Police: Pedestrian struck, killed on Bruckner Blvd.
The New York Yankees will offer free parking 2 Yankees to offer free parking, meals for mourners at EMT funeral
The Center for Disease Control has a few 3 12 on Health: CDC offers healthy travel tips
Public safety officers in Co-op City will soon 4 Co-op City gets public safety bodycams
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., left, and Rep. Dave 5 White House, in gamble, demands make-or-break health vote

advertisement | advertise on News 12

Features

Sorry to interrupt...

Your first 5 are free

Access to News12 is free for Optimum, Comcast®, Time Warner® and Service Electric℠ video customers.

Please enjoy 5 complimentary views to articles, photos, and videos during the next 30 days.

LOGIN SUBSCRIBE