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Entries in Picketing (9)

Thursday
Sep122013

Rain Date for Rally at Pace

If the weather prevents the Pace Rally today (9/12/13) the rain date will be tomorrow (9/13/13)

Wednesday
Sep112013

Rally at Pace Tomorrow!

Monday
Sep022013

Rally On Tuesday September 3rd!

ATTN CARPENTERS: We need your support at 250 Broadway NYC on Tuesday Sept. 3rd9:00am & get CREDIT for PICKET DUTY. This is regarding the $3 BILLION Willets Point Project. The City Council will have a public hearing Tuesday on the Project: a retail and entertainment proposal, that would include roughly 200 stores, restaurants, and other attractions. Groups opposed to the project will be there, so we need to have members out in force!

 

Thursday
Aug222013

Calling All Carpenters

Rally on Tuesday August 27th at 12:30 PM. Meet at 33 Beekman St in NYC. Come out and enjoy the Music while hearing The Latest from those Protecting Our Craft. Receive Credit for Picket Duty!

Tuesday
Jul092013

Member Support Needed in Yonkers!

All members of the New York City District Council of Carpenters are encouraged to come show some support for fellow Local 2790 members on strike at DiMaio Millwork Corp. There is a picket line at this shop but only a very small number of members to man the picket line. Members who show up will receive credit for picket duty. We ask that any members (of any local in the District Council, retired, journeyman, apprentices) who live in Yonkers and the surrounding areas please consider coming to the picket line at:

DiMaio Millwork Corp.
12 Bright Place
Yonkers, NY 10705
The picket will start at 7:30am.
Tuesday
Jul092013

Picket Duty @ MWA Shops

Wednesday July 10 at 6:30 am 
18 Chapel Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07305

Picket Duty. Byron Schuler is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Eastern Millwork.
Location Map511NY.

   

Wednesday July 10 at 6:30 am
3130 Bordentown Ave
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

Picket DutyGerry Matthews is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Midhattan Woodworking Corp.
Location Map511NY

   

Wednesday July 10 at 6:30 am
57-57 63rd St
Maspeth, NY 11378

Picket Duty. Ruben Colon is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is TATCO Woodworking.
Location Map511NY.

   

Wednesday July 10 at 8:00 am
1185 Commerce Ave
Bronx, NY 10462

Picket Duty. Tammy Rivera is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Rimi Woodcraft.
Location Map511NY.

   

Wednesday July 10 at 7:00 am
31-33 Howard Place
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Picket DutyTom Gaulrapp is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Island Architectural Woodwork.
Location Map511NY.

   

Wednesday July 10 at 7:30 am
12 Bright Place
Yonkers, NY 10705

Picket Duty. Carl Zanchelli is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is DiMaio Millwork.
Location Map511NY.

Tuesday
Jul022013

Picket Duty @ MWA Shops

 

Wednesday July 3 at 6:30 am   
3130 Bordentown Ave
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

Picket DutyJeremy Milin is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Midhattan Woodworking Corp.
Location Map511NY

Monday
Jul012013

Picket Duty @ MWA Shops

Tuesday July 2 at 6:30 am   
18 Chapel Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07305

Picket DutyByron Schuler is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Eastern Millwork.
Location Map511NY

   

Tuesday July 2 at 6:30 am
3130 Bordentown Ave
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

Picket DutyJeremy Milin is the Union Activity Coordinator.
The target is Midhattan Woodworking Corp.
Location Map511NY

Friday
Dec072012

Thousands Gather In Times Square To Protest Minimum Wage

Thousands of demonstrators hit the streets of Times Square Thursday demanding not only higher pay but health benefits and better working conditions.

Fast food employees, car wash attendants and airport workers united saying the current minimum wage is not enough to survive on.

With the debate over the "fiscal cliff" raising the possibility of tax hikes, some NY1 spoke with said financially they're already over the edge.

"You can't take care of anyone," one woman said. "Children, bills, you know, people have school tuition. We have obligations to life in general and $7.25 isn't going to help."

"Paid vacations, benefits -- we work hard," a man said. "We feel the pay should equal the work. You know, no more bounced checks."

"We believe that the economy has to work for all of New York City not just for a handful of people," said Gary LaBarbera of the NYC Building Trades Council.

Several labor unions [including the NYCDCC] and good government groups supported Thursday's rally.