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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Bronx News Roudup, April 28

Employees and a doctors' union at St. Barnabas hospital are at war once again with hospital officials, this time over security measures within the hospital. The union feels the lack of security has doctors, nurses and other staff members fearing for their lives as they work. You can also read more here.

Last night, a two-alarm fire on White Plains Road wiped out an entire commercial building, including a laundromat, an auto-body shop and a hardware store that survived three generations in the same family.

Yankee fans can now ride a boat to games thanks to Delta Airlines.

Tenants and housing groups affiliated with the coalition Real Rent Reform held a sit-in at Senator Pedro Espada's Albany office, urging him to resign. You can also read more here.

The dispute over government subsidies and community benefits (including a mandated living wage for workers) at the Kingsbridge Armory continues to have ripple effects. The New York City Bar Association is now urging the city to stop allowing community benefits agreements to be part of the zoning approval process.


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