BAYONNE — The city council is set to introduce an ordinance that would require developers of projects exceeding $15 million to hire local labor unions to carry out the work.
The ordinance, if approved at the Jan. 17 council meeting, would require private developers of residential and commercial projects receiving PILOT abatements to enter into project labor agreements (PLAs) with local labor unions seeking jobs on the project sites.
The agreement would apply to private projects that cost more than $15 million, and would mandate that 20 percent of the hired workforce come from local labor unions.
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Source: NJ.com Hudson