Carpenters’ union inches toward independence, but members say monitor ignored problems

It’s been nearly a decade since several members and leaders of the city’s carpenters’ union were last indicted on racketeering and fraud charges. Since then, the New York City District Council of Carpenters has implemented several changes to help keep the group corruption-free. But some think the union hasn’t gone far enough. During a status conference in Manhattan Federal Court on Friday, Donna Clancy, an attorney for two fired union members, said the organization’s independent […]

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