SWMSRCC Top Three: Week of August 21st

Here is this weeks Top Three.

Round Table Discussion at Local 1977

EST Frank Hawk welcomed Nevada Senators Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen along with Local leaders to discuss issues of Permit Reform. Permit Reform is a highly debated topic on Capitol Hill, this issue pertains to the fast-tracking of federally funded green energy projects in the state. These projects are a part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Infrastructure is critical in a public land state like Nevada, of which 85% is owned or controlled by federal entities. We look forward to the jobs that will ensure our Union Carpenters can work where they live, ensuring the future of our members jobs, wages, and benefits.


Solidarity Day at New Mexico Local 1319

This past Saturday, Local 1319 hosted its annual Union Solidarity Day where they welcomed members from various Albuquerque Labor Unions to join in on the fun. Members of the Electricians, Plumbers, Firefighters, Police, Nurses, Laborers, and Teachers unions also attended Solidarity Day. Attendees and their families were treated to great food and were able to enjoy a day of carnival games, water slides, and face painting. Notable figures such as Activist Dolores Huerta, Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico Howie Morales, and Senator Moe Maestas showed their Solidarity by attending.

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Washington Local 360 Carpenter Picnic

Our Brothers and Sisters of Puget Sound had a blast this past Saturday at their first annual Carpenter Summer Picnic at Homann Park. Union Carpenters and their families enjoyed a day in the park alongside their Union Brothers and Sisters with a classic cookout, raffle prizes and games. Many members tested their luck in the SkilSaw throwing competition, the winning toss made it 89ft! Overall, the picnic was a great success we look forward to next years.