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UBC deserts organized labor!

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St. Louis CDC LM-2

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St. Louis Carpenters District Council 2011 LM-2

-details $1,366,618 diverted to Local 57!

 

Targeting funds:

Akbar Electric - $119,834

BST LLC - $154,364

Thunder Electric - $100,000

Duester Electric - $58,960

Laron Electrical Contracting - $80,000

Electricians Local 57 - $5000

Accord Electric - $100,000

Local 57 employee salaries:

Karen Ems - $66,585

Jill Clark - $77,442

Dominic Grasso - $95,960

Bob Augustine - $75,568

Assoicated Electrical Contractors - $126,536

Grants From UBCJA in Washington DC - $18,750

Advertising:

CBS Outdoor - $114,592

St. Louis Cardinals Baseball - $150,027

Training for Electricians:

CJTF - $8,000

Legal Fees for Kevin Price:

Schuchat, Cook, and Werner - $15,000


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Newsflash

“This is a very, very important development,” said Herman Benson, long time executive director of the New York-based Association for Union Democracy. “Ever since the UBC left the AFL-CIO and joined the Change to Win coalition it was implicit that they had a long-term strategy of becoming a general construction union that would take on all the trades,” he said. “This is the first indication I’ve seen that they will take on the IBEW, which is probably one of the strongest of construction unions. One of the most sacred things for the IBEW is the hiring hall. In effect, the Carpenters are offering employers a sweetheart deal to break into the electrical field and offering non-union contractors a union contract to use as a barrier against the IBEW.”

 

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