Strike on the horizon if deal isn't made between Co-op City managers, maintenance workers

The workers don't want to strike, but they

The workers don't want to strike, but they say there's no way they will be able to keep working if they don't get a raise. (May 22, 2014 9:50 PM)

Co-op City has a possible strike on its hands as its maintenance workers' contract is close to expiring.

The "city within a city" has 50,000 residents and 35 high-rise buildings. If the union workers don't come to an agreement with RiverBay, the company that manages Co-op City buildings, the maintenance of the buildings may be in jeopardy.

The workers don't want to strike, but they say...

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