Dear Members of Local 83, I would like to remind everyone about the Painters contract ending this June, and It’s coming up quickly! I will be visiting jobsites to get input from you to see what you would like in the new contract. But the best way to make sure your ideas are heard is […]February 02, 2023
Brothers, and Sisters,
The wage allocation vote results will be our first increase scheduled for January 1, 2022, will be majority on the net taxable wage. Meetings for Local 718 are back in person beginning the second Tuesday in August and every second Tuesday of the month moving forward. There will be a requirement to wear face coverings indoors for the meeting. The Executive board and I are excited to get the comradery back in person for these meetings. You can also expect a few items to be raffled off at the meeting.
In the Pipeline: Affordable housing in Sunset
San Francisco’s push to build affordable housing in the Sunset moved ahead Wednesday when a Board of Supervisors committee approved the acquisition of a parcel at 2550 Irving St. slated for 98 low-income family apartments. The three-member committee voted unanimously to recommend that the full board approve a $14.3 million loan for the site, currently a San Francisco Police Credit Union branch. The parcel itself will cost $9 million, with the rest of the money going toward pre-development costs. (San Francisco Chronicle)