, April 1, 2010

To officials at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, NY, replacing an overcrowded parking lot with a five-story parking garage would end the daily hassle of fighting for a space, benefiting staff members and visitors alike. City officials decided to use $19.8 million in federal stimulus money to pay for the garage's construction. But a doctors union is arguing that the project should not qualify for stimulus money because it claims the project would eliminate 20 parking attendant jobs, the New York Times reports.

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