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ON THE PICKETLINE!
Local 38 picketed a Cannon job at 5830 3rd St. in San Francisco last week.. Zeta Homes is fabricating completed modules in Sacramento and shipping them here to SF. Madden Plumbing (a non-union company) is doing the hook ups and the on-site plumbing. The Sprinkler Fitters, Roofers and Biggie Crane all honored our picket and refused to cross the line. Pictured here on the picketline are (from left to right) Bill Tracy, Amy Reynolds, Lyle Shiffer and Bill Fong. The good news is that we have so few members out of work, we had to use some retires for picket duty.
November 29, 2015
Local 38 will be hosting a Food & Fund Drive for the San Francisco/Marin Food Bank beginning on Wednesday, October 7 and running through Friday, Nov. 20. Food items can be donated at the UA Local 38 Union Hall, 1621 Market St., San Francisco CA 94103. Food bins will be available throughout the month, including at the October and November Union meetings (Wed., Oct. 7 and Wed. Nov. 4). If you prefer to make a donation of funds, make the check payable to SFM Food Bank, and mail or bring them to SFM Food Bank. c/o UA Local 38, 1621 Market St., San Francisco CA 94103, Attn: Lisa Andrini.
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