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Super Bowl Party!!!
February 4th 2018 Doors open at 2:30, Game starts at 3:30
ZNE Center- 14600 Catalina St. San Leandro
ALL MEMBERS, INCLUDING FRIENDS AND FAMILY OF ALL AGES
Enjoy the game on the ZNE 100" screen
Enjoy pizza & wings and wash it all down with a cold beverage
Kids activities including ring toss, coloring, corn hole, and photo booth
Super Bowl Squares, $5 per square pays each quarter, closes at kickoff
Online Dues Payments
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Local 595 Member On-Line Payments
Local 595 Members now can pay their membership dues on-line using a credit card or debit card. In order to access your on-line account, you must first have a valid email account on file with the Union Hall Office. You can contact the office at 925-556-0595 if you need to have this information verified or if you have any questions regarding logging onto the system. The online payment link can be found on the right panel of our website or under Member Resources.
First-time on-line payment users: select the “Registration/Login Request” tab in the Register Window.
Return Users: select Sign-in
Cal Energy Grant
“IBEW 595 member, JATC instructor and owner of CalEnergy Corp., Collin Weiner explains the CA. Energy Commission grant that is helping electricians learn the latest demand response technology”
Indiana GOP Leader Admits Repealing Prevailing Wage 'Hasn't Saved a Penny'
A video has surfaced from a forum April 24 in Milwaukee, WI where Republican Indiana House Assistant Majority Leader Ed Soliday angrily reveals that similar legislation passed in Indiana which went into effect in 2015 "hasn't saved a penny."
"We got rid of prevailing wage and so far it hasn't saved a penny," Soliday says during the question and answer session last week hosted by the Wisconsin Transportation Development Association in Milwaukee. "Probably the people most upset with us repealing [prevailing] wage were the locals. Because the locals, quite frankly, like to pay local contractors and they like local contractors to go to the dentist in their own town."
In the video obtained by One Wisconsin Now, Republican Soliday also mocks the outrageous claims about savings made by right-wing organizations like Americans for Prosperity. In Indiana, anti-worker groups claimed prevailing wage repeal would save taxpayers 22 percent on construction costs.
"The exaggerations in those hearings that we were going save 22 percent," Soliday says. "Well, total labor costs right now in road construction is about 22 percent, and I haven't noticed anyone who's going to work for free. [They claim] there's some magic state out there that's going to send all these workers into work for $10 an hour and it's just not going to happen. There's not 22 percent savings out there when the total cost of labor is 22 percent. It's rhetoric."
Soliday adds, "So far, I haven't seen a dime of savings out of it."Paused
Every 2nd Thursday, 6pm
Free child care provided