Teamsters Local 237

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  1. Queens school brawl raises safety concerns; Union demands action
  2. ‘This is a cover-up’: Union rep says de Blasio administration doesn’t want school safety agents to report fights
  3. Teen Brings Stun Gun Into Manhattan School
  4. Teen Brings Gun to Class on First Day of School in NYC
  5. New York Leads: Paid Family Leave
  6. New York Leads: Minimum Wage
  7. Members & Leadership Talk About NYCHA
  8. Local 237 is Law Enforcement!
  9. Michael Johnson: 2015 Fund for the City of New York Sloan Public Service Award Winner
  11. Local 237 Members Speak out on NYCHA FlexOps
  12. SSA Pay Equity Rally with Lilly Ledbetter
  13. SSA Pay Equity Ad
  14. Local 237 Calls on Mayor de Blasio to settle School Safety Agents pay equity law suit
  15. Highlight: Local 237 Calls on Mayor de Blasio to settle School Safety Agents pay equity law suit
  16. "Our Plainview - Old Bethpage" - 2013
  17. Reaching Out: Robert Beale, Local 237 Member, Elevator Mechanic & Pres, MEWA
  18. Accidents Are No Accident: Occupational Safety & Health
  19. Reaching Out: William Herrera, School Safety Agent
  20. Reaching Out: Thomas Campbell, Maintenance Worker
  21. Reaching Out: Roger Phillips, Maintenance Worker
  22. Reaching Out: Rashawn McMillan, Caretaker
  23. Reaching Out: Rafael Alvarez, Inspector
  24. Reaching Out: Michael Martin, Food Service Manager
  25. Reaching Out: Colin Dublin, Maintenance Worker
  26. Reaching Out: Clifford Adams, Supervisor of Stockworkers
  27. Hurricane Sandy: Local 237 Members On The Job
  28. Reaching Out: Highlight - Capt Al Hagan, Uniformed Fire Officers Association
  29. Reaching Out: Michael Sergio - Maintenance, CUNY/ Queensborough Community College
  30. Reaching Out: Arthur Mosley - Town of Islip, Mapping & Surveys
  31. Reaching Out: Michael Deleo - Cement Mason, NYC Department of Homeless Services
  32. Reaching Out: Cleveland Dunn - Supervisor of Grounds, NYCHA, Cypress Hills Houses
  33. Reaching Out: Dominick Bueti - Cement Mason, NYC Department of Sanitation
  34. Reaching Out: James Gilyard - CUNY/Hunter College, Campus Peace Officer
  35. Reaching Out: Terence Elmore - School Safety Agent
  36. Reaching Out: Lillian Hernandez- Heating Plant Technician, NYCHA
  37. Reaching Out: Handal Mustafa - Plasterer Supervisor, NYC Department of Education
  38. Reaching Out: Yvonne Clark - School Safety Agent, Level III
  39. Reaching Out: Juanita Rodriguez - Captain, Taxi & Limousine Commission
  40. Reaching Out: Darryl Miles, School Safety Agent Level III
  41. Reaching Out: Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance
  42. Reaching Out: School Safety Agent Emma Spruill
  43. Reaching Out: Capt. Kelly Wallace
  44. Reaching Out: Sgt. Victor Morales
  45. Reaching Out: John Gallagher
  46. Reaching Out: John Rueb
  47. Reaching Out: Charles Hannah
  48. Reaching Out: Stanley Davis
  49. Reaching Out: John Fiorentine
  50. Reaching Out: Doreen Mack
  51. Reaching Out: Diane Harris
  52. Reaching Out: Cheryl Knight
  53. Reaching Out: Occupy Wall Street
  54. Recognizing Our School Safety Agents
  55. The Truth About the Economy
  56. Reaching Out: James Pena, Chief Inspector, Department of Environmental Protection
  57. Reaching Out: Capt. George Ortega, Bellevue Hospital Police
  58. Reaching Out: Amanda Coates, NYCHA Housing Assistant
  59. Reaching Out: Sgt. Patricia Pierce, Health Department Police
  60. Reaching Out: Arturo Fisher NYC Dept. of Trans. Bridge Operator
  61. DHS & Local 237
  62. Reaching Out with Greg Floyd: Antwaun Hedgemond, 237 member
  63. NYC Taxi & Limousine Comm. June 2010
  64. Reaching Out with Greg Floyd: Kennedy and Hedgemond
  65. My School Has Rhythm, Not Violence
  66. Teamsters Local 237 Educates!
  67. School Safety Agents Care
  68. Teamsters Local 237 Law Enforcement
  69. NYCHA: Making It Work
  70. It's Working in Babylon, L.I.
  71. We Are 237
  72. School Safety Outreach: "My School has Rhythm Not Violence"
  73. Local 237 NYCHA Elevator Mechanics

Oral History Project

Hercules Cornish: Caretaker J Stores Man

Herclules CornishHercules Cornish went to work for the Housing Authority as a caretaker J in 1952 and retired 24 years later as a stores worker. He died the year following this interview, which was conducted in June 1999.

Originally I was from Harlem, but when I came out of the service in 1945 my wife had moved to the Bronx, so I moved there, too. I went to work for the New York City Housing Authority in 1952.

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