West Harlem needs good jobs
  • Petitioned Janus Property Co.

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Janus Property Co.

West Harlem needs good jobs

    1. Petition by

      Aditi Sen

      Brooklyn, NY

Manhattan developer Janus Property Co. is poised to make big profits from a major development on 125th Street in West Harlem. It is a taxpayer-subsidized development. But Janus refuses to ensure that the building service jobs at their project will have the decent wages and benefits residents of the community desperately need. Janus needs to hear from you how important good jobs are.

JANUS
• is the chosen developer for a light manufacturing and commercial project set for the historic Taystee Bakery complex, located on 125th and 126th streets, between Amsterdam and Morningside Avenues, in West Harlem

• has already received millions of dollars in taxpayer money and is set to receive more through tax breaks in the years ahead for this project

• refuses to ensure that the building service jobs created at the project are good jobs

SEND YOUR MESSAGE TO JANUS PROPERTY CO. NOW!

 

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    • flor flores NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      IS IMPORTAN BECAUSE I WANNA WORK

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    • Jordan Bonomo NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      Good jobs = strong community

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      • over 1 year ago

      I was a 32bj worker but i lost my job dued to the bidding, its important to me because im out of a job an i am qualified to utilize any machinery or chemical there is in the industrial area. So please keep me posted on employment i am very interested. thank you.

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    • Ana Peralta BRONX, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      We need good jobs in West Harlem better jobs better workers

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    • Robert P. Bowles NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      Fellow Labor Supporter.

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