The San Leandro Chamber of Commerce held a PLA discussion on October 23rd so that big labor special interests could "explain" why PLAs were needed in the city. The unions pushed for a city-wide PLA in 2009 as well and it appears they are back.
Please contact the San Leandro City Council TODAY and express your opposition to PLAs. 

BILL - (For Introduction) - Amending Section 4-401 of the Fresno Municipal Code and repealing Sections 4-402, 4-403 and 4-404 of the Fresno Municipal Code relating to prevailing wages for public works.

Sponsors: City Councilmember Brandau

Passage of this ordinance will reinstate the original Project Labor Agreement Ban Ordinance upon the entry of a final judgment invalidating Labor Code section 1782 (Senate Bill 7 (2013)).

The final adoption of this ordinance will take place on Nov. 20.  This is to replace the ordinance that was introduced back in August to repeal the PLA ban.

Please email Council President Brandau and Councilmembers Brand, Olivier and Caprioglio to voice your support for #3.

Steve Brandau, Council President District 2
Lee Brand, Councilmember District 6
Clint Olivier, Councilmember District 7
Paul Caprioglio, Councilmember District 4

CFEC will be there to speak out and we need YOU and your employees there too!

Meeting Details

When: Thursday, November 20th, 2014 at 1pm

Where: Fresno City Hall (2600 Fresno Street, Fresno, CA 93721)

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The San Bernardino Communtity College District is begining an extensive construction project, funded by Measure P, a $190 million bond passed in 2002, and Measure M, a $500 million bond passed in Febuary 2008. The district Board of Trustees are voting to put a Projecct Labor Agreement on all Measure M and Measure P bond projects.

 When: November 13, 2014 at 4pm 

Where: Assembly Room of the San Bernardino Community College District offices

              114 S. Del Rosa Drive, San Bernardino 

The City of Pinole is considering a Project Labor Agreement for the construction of the $50 Million Wastewater Treatment Plant Update. On October 28th the City Council held a discussion on the topic where ABC of Northern California's Nicole Goehring was able to present the anti-PLA position and on Tuesday November 18th the City Council will vote on adopting the PLA on this project.   


Please contact the Pinole City Council today to express your opinions about PLAs!

Your support in crucial as the vote is extremely close! Your help will be key in stopping this PLA!

Meeting Details

When: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 7pm

Where: 2131 Pear Street Pinole, CA 94564

Review the Meeting Agenda (Item 9-A)


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