Bloomfield cemetery ‘rat’ returns

by News on November 11, 2011

in Compulsory Unionism, State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Jeff Frankel/

The rat is back.

Nearly a month after one labor union agreed to take down a giant inflatable rat Bloomfield‘s Glendale Cemetery, a different union was outside the gates Wednesday morning protesting the construction of a mausoleum.

About 20 men from the Bloomfield-based Laborers Local Union 1153 set up an “information line” there, said Angelo D’Argenio, a union organizer.

The union was picketing the non-unionized workers from out-of-state working on the project.

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