City Council Resolution Introduced
City Hall Press Conference Set
UPS’s actions in Maspeth are drawing increased scrutiny from concerned elected officials as public support grows for Local 804 members.
A resolution has now been introduced to the City Council calling on UPS to revoke the terminations and negotiate with Local 804. Click here to read the City Hall Resolution.
Public Advocate Letitia James has warned the company about its unfair treatment of New York City workers and how that might impact UPS's ability to work with the City in the future.
UPS benefits from more than $40 million in business annually with the City of New York and New York State and saves mores than $15 million every year in reduced parking violation fines every year through a special program with the NYC Department of Finance.
The New York City Public Advocate, City Council members, and New York State Senate and Assembly members have scheduled a press conference with Local 804 members at City Hall for April 3.