The Asbury Park Press reports:
About 30 workers and others affiliated with a workers' advocacy group protested late Thursday morning outside the gates of Oorah, a faith-based nonprofit company headquartered in the township industrial park.
The workers said they were part of construction and janitorial crews that helped build and clean BoyZone, a Jewish boys' camp in the northwestern Catskills Mountains of Upstate New York. The camp is owned by Oorah.
They said they worked there for about five months, but they were not paid for the last three weeks of work.
"At first we were paid really well, every weekend," said Humburto Rodriguez, 28, of Lakewood. "Then we were told that we had too many hours and we stopped getting paid.”…
Oorah blames this on contractors who worked at Camp BoyZone. But Oorah also admits it still owes at least one of those contractors:
Oorah still owes about $30,000 to its masonry contractor, [Oorah spokesperson Clifford] Meth said. It is on a payment plan for that money.