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An Oxnard business owner pleaded guilty Friday to four felony insurance code violations related to workers’ compensation payments, according to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office.
Prosecutors said Victor Vega, 52, made fraudulent statements to reduce the cost of workers’ compensation insurance for his company Vega’s Cleaning Service. He also admitted special allegations that the crimes involved the taking of more than $200,000.
Vega will be sentenced at 9 a.m. June 5 in Ventura Superior Court. He faces a maximum of 10 years in state prison and could be ordered to pay up to $428,867 in restitution.
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SEIU janitorial worker Maxine Gladney spoke about her job cleaning schools for CPS. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times
Janitors who clean Chicago Public Schools buildings said Thursday that schools are dirty because the private mega-company managing them has cut too much staff.
And if Aramark doesn’t agree to add 500 more custodians during contract negotiations, members of SEIU Local 1 will strike, union president Tom Balanoff told the Chicago Sun-Times in the wake of reporting that showed some 90 schools failing district-led “blitz” cleaning inspections.
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The Act applies to certain finished cleaning products, including air care products, automotive products, general cleaning products, and polishes or floor maintenance products used primarily for janitorial, domestic or institutional cleaning purposes.
The following information must be disclosed on cleaning product websites by Jan. 1, 2020:
Intentionally added ingredients, listed in descending order of predominance by weight.
Nonfunctional constituents present in the product at a concentration of 0.01% or greater.
The Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number for any intentionally added ingredient or nonfunctional constituent listed shall be listed with each; if the CAS number is not available or an ingredient is confidential business information, the CAS number must be cited as “not available” or “withheld,” respectively.
The functional purpose served by each intentionally added ingredient.
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NEW YORK, March 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -ABM, a leading provider of facility solutions, has been named a preferred partner and awarded a five-year janitorial services contract at LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B by LaGuardia Gateway Partners, the private operator and developer of Terminal B. This includes servicing the existing Terminal B, as well as the new state-of-the-art terminal that will open in phases through 2022.
The redevelopment of Terminal B is one of the most complex airport construction projects in the world and when complete, the new Terminal B will be a 1.3 million square foot facility with 35 gates and dual pedestrian bridges that span active aircraft taxi lanes.
“We are excited to partner with LaGuardia Gateway Partners on this amazing project,” says Don Stephens, President of Aviation, ABM. “As an industry leader in facility services and solutions with one of the industry’s largest aviation service portfolios, we are uniquely positioned to provide best-in-class cleaning for the flying public with our outstanding people, innovative standards and materials, and an environmental focus.”
More at source: Global News Wire
HALIFAX—Dozens of people rallied outside a downtown Halifax office building Monday in support of a group of Black janitors who were fired from their jobs after they revealed plans to file a human rights complaint based on allegations of racial discrimination.
About 70 people gathered outside Founders Square to support janitorial workers, who were told they would be laid off at the end of this week, but were terminated last Friday after the allegations were made public.
Darius Mirshahi, an organizer with the Service Employees International Union Local 2, said the group will file another complaint alleging that the workers were fired abruptly for complaining about alleged racism.
More at source: The Star
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