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  • Posted August 22, 2016
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A Letter from Terry Moore

(844) 4646 AWARE Dear Member, We are proud to announce and make you aware of Local 46’s Member Assistance Program (MAP). The Officers of our Union, along with the Employer Trustees have implemented a new level of support for you and your family.  Surely we all recognize the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse within […]
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  • Posted April 7, 2016
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Union Plus

AFL-CIO Union Plus benefits help current and retired labor union members and their families save money and support them through major milestones, celebrations and hardships. Learn More.
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  • Posted October 31, 2015
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Local 46’s New App

Local 46 has introduced one of the first Union Labor Apps in the tri-state area and it’s ready NOW for you to download and install on your smartphone, tablet or touchscreen computer! The app’s official launch date was November 1st and we’ve had excellent feedback from our members on the app’s functionality, user-friendliness and content. We hope […]
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  • Posted May 5, 2014
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The Truth Not Spoken

The scene set at St. Patrick’s Cathedral was a fitting mix of the sacred and the ordinary, with scaffolding surrounding the lecterns, hardhats upon the altar steps and a cross of structural steel prominently displayed. It was the 7th Annual Workers’ Memorial Mass, and the atmosphere within the church was as solemn as the weather […]
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  • Posted November 1, 2013
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Transparency and Safety – We Need Them Both

Much to her credit, City Council Member Diana Reyna has become the driving force behind the Safe Jobs Act (Intro 1169). With an estimated 2 billion dollars of public money being doled out annually to private developers, legislation such as this, is long overdue. In a political atmosphere that is all too often rife with […]
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  • Posted May 8, 2013
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Can We Meet Father Jordan’s Challenge?

It was for the sixth time that members of every segment of the construction industry in New York came together in recognition of those who have died on the job during the past year. Being the sixth of such observances, many things remained the same. Yet, there were some departures from the norm that bear […]
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