Archive for October 2011

Supporting Occupy Boston!

Local 589 members are encouraged to support and join in with Occupy Boston’s peaceful protests against corporate greed, Wall Street, and the richest 1% controlling our economy. Join the 99% of us in America and Massachusetts who built our economy and keep America moving.  Wall Street got bailed out we got shutout. Join Occupy Boston in Dewey…

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Nominating Ed Kelly

Boston Carmen’s Union, Local 589 President and Business Agent, John Lee seconds the nomination of Edward Kelly for the Public Sector Executive Vice President of the AFL-CIO at the 2011 convention.

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54th Annual Mass. AFL-CIO Convention

Boston Carmen’s Union ATU Local 589 Officers and Executive Board members with newly elected Massachusetts AFL-CIO President Steven Tolman at the 54th Annual Convention in Quincy.  Click here to see photos from the event.

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Regular Meeting of the Membership

What: Regular Meeting of the Membership When: Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18th Where: Boston Teachers Union Hall, 180 Mount Vernon St., Dorchester, Massachusetts (Behind the State Police Station near Columbia Rd. and Morrissey Blvd.) accessible by the Red Line.

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T Roadeo shows off wild side of drivers

By Richard Weir | Saturday, October 15, 2011 | http://www.bostonherald.com | Local Coverage Willis Rose floored the gas pedal of the 36,000-pound MBTA bus and then slammed on its air brakes, coming to a screeching halt before a tough crowd watching his every move.

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MassINC Forum Calls for New Revenue

A report released by MassINC on Wednesday, October 26th called for potential new tax revenue through a payroll or vehicle miles tax to fund regional transportation projects. Almost 100 people, including Representatives of the Boston Carmen’s Union ATU Local 589, packed a forum where the report was reviewed and listened to Lt. Governor Tim Murray

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Solidarity License Plate

The Pro Labor Alliance is offering a plate featuring an image of a raised clenched hand, a symbol of strength and unity. Along the bottom of the plate in blue is the word Solidarity. The letters C B in red stand for collective bargaining.  The cost of the plate is $40 (in addition to the…

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