Archive for May, 2015

Unions Take Stand Against Mayor’s Plan for 421a

Prevailing wage standards to the 421a abatement program has gained support from the NYCCLC, NYC AFL-CIO, National Building Trades Council, and the National AFL-CIO   Statement by Stephen McInnis, president, New York City andVicinity District Council of Carpenters, on Governor Cuomo’s Support for Labor    “Governor Cuomo understands the significance of supporting middle class jobs. We recognize and appreciate his efforts in keeping an […] Read More…

UP4NYC Campaign Taking On 421a Reform, Upcoming Rally 6/2

UP4NYC Campaign The District Council’s own Labor Management Corporation is heading up a campaign aimed at fighting for and protecting New York City’s working families by fixing the state’s 421a state tax abatement program by requiring middle-class wages and affordable housing standards as part of 421a projects. The 421a tax abatement program is failing to fulfill its purpose.  The policy has a become […] Read More…

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Workers United Film Festival May 2015

Workers Unite Film Festival Coming Up!   The Workers Unite Film Festival returns to celebrate its 4th consecutive year in NYC championing global labor solidarity! From May 7th to May 27th WUFF will showcase films from around the world @ Cinema Village, Anthology Film Archives, the historic Lithographers Auditorium on University Place and several union venues around town. WUFF highlights the struggles and successes of […] Read More…

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