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Theodore Roosevelt school janitor has gall to use city workers on his properties

BY Joe Jackson, Meredith Kolodner and Rachel Monahan

A brazen school janitor is accused of forcing city workers to renovate his nine Queens properties on weekends in exchange for overtime pay, sources told the Daily News.

Trifon Radef, who raked in more than $170,000 last year as a custodial supervisor at Theodore Roosevelt High School in the Bronx, even had an official punch-in clock in his basement, said one staffer who worked for Radef for eight years.

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