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Security firm paying $230K to settle wage-theft case at Chelsea condo (NY)

/ Owner - April 1, 2024

New York Attorney General Letitia James and city Comptroller Brad Lander on Monday announced a nearly $230,000 settlement with the managers of a Manhattan condo building and a private security firm for underpaying its workers.  A joint city and state investigation found that Allied Universal Security Services had for years been underpaying its security guards at 540 W. 28th St. — a luxe condo called +Art, which in 2011 received a 421-a affordable-housing tax break — some of them to the tune of about $30,000 each between 2016 and 2019.    Read the article…………………………….

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