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Tribeca company owes $57K to SI Ferry guards

Lander's office settles prevailing-wage violation

Posted 3/22/24

A security company must pay more than $57,000 in back wages, interest and penalties for failing to provide armed security guards working at the Staten Island Ferry terminal with benefits as required under the state’s prevailing wage law, the city comptroller’s office announced Wednesday.

Michael Stapleton Associates, also known as MSA Security, contracted with the Department of Citywide Administrative Services to provide explosive canine detection services at Department of Transportation facilities, including on the ferry and at Whitehall Terminal, according to the settlement.

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