Yonkers school workers upset over union change

The city has taken over the workers' jobs

The city has taken over the workers' jobs to help save the school district money. (Credit: News 12 Westchester)

Yonkers has taken over jobs in the city's school district, worrying employees who fear they may lose money.

Fifty-three union members, who all hold non-teaching positions at the Board of Education, are affected. The city took over their jobs to save the district money, but it means the 53 workers must leave the CSEA union and join SEIU, a new union at City Hall.

The workers were told...

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