Bronx News Roundup, June 4

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Happy Friday! Here are today's Bronx headlines:

There's been some relief in the ongoing garbage saga in Co-Op City today: the sanitation department removed 100 tons of garbage that's piled up since maintenance and sanitation workers at the enormous housing complex went on strike Tuesday. And while the trash is gone, the strike isn't-union workers have still not settled an argument with management over health benefit changes and possible wage freeze.

On a related note, WNYC's culture blog “Gallerina” has named Co-Op City's developments as one of the ugliest buildings in New York City.