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Month: August 2017

Worker Jonathan Lupinski Died in Elevator Shaft Fall

Sickeningly, another worker fell to his death last week at a Manhattan construction site. On Friday August 18, 2017, 22-year-old Jonathan Wieslaw Lupinski of Yonkers was stripping the elevator shaft of a NoMad condominium building when he fell 20 feet down to the...

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Worker Antonio Garcia Injured in Brooklyn Heights Roof Fall

Construction work is far from an easy way to make a living, but many New Yorkers risk life and limb on a daily basis to provide for their loved ones. We were reminded yet again of the dangers construction workers face when Antonio Garcia, a 41-year-old laborer, fell...

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Is Union vs. Non-Union A Constructive Battle?

A new rule being pushed in New York City would grant unions a significant amount of control over non-union projects. Proponents of the measure say it would be an important step toward holding builders and property owners accountable for worker safety. Critics of the...

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Will New Bike Lanes Lead To Safer Streets?

New York City is adding bike lanes, and they will start to provide more of them every year until the city has the number they need to allegedly keep cyclists safe. This will start with 10 miles of protected lanes, and move toward that number of miles of lanes every...

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