Updated: Apr 13
The president of Jersey City’s largest municipal employees’ union criticized the city’s response to a coronavirus outbreak that left 18 Jersey City police and fire dispatchers out sick from work and one in the hospital. NJ.com
The city of Jersey City's administration is gearing up to have the offices at total capacity during a global pandemic, while other local governments are operating on a hybrid model with no hard timeline. The segment starts at 7:17. Click the link below.
"I do not think anybody is thinking it through. Unions are not involved in giving our opinions. They are moving ahead with their agenda making it look good," said Julio Cordero Jr., President of Local 246.