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September 21, 2018
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District 5 Meeting (Boise, ID)
Sep 25, 2018
IUOE Union Hall, 225 N 16th
District 8 meeting (Juneau, AK)
Sep 25, 2018
Juneau IUOE 302 Hall: 9309 Glacier Hwy, BldgA-102B
District 7 meeting (Fairbanks, AK)
Sep 26, 2018
Fairbanks IUOE 302 Hall: 3002 Lathrop St.
District 5 (Pocatello, ID)
Sep 26, 2018
IUOE Union Hall , 456 N. Arthur
District 6 meeting (Anchorage, AK)
Sep 27, 2018
4001 Denali St. Suite A Anchorage, AK
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International Union of Operating Engineers
Alaska AFL-CIO
The Stand - A project of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. DOL - Employment & Training Administration
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
U.S. Department of Labor - Wage & Hour Division
National Labor Relations Board
Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Prevailing Wage in Alaska
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries
Prevailing Wage in Washington
Labor Dispute Update - Thursday
Updated On: Aug 30, 2018

Master Labor Agreement of Western WA:

We have met and discussed with many of our dirt, vertical, paving, and crane contractors the new Master Labor Agreement of Western WA (MLAWW) option.  We have voted and signed several contractors to this agreement and many more meetings and ratification votes are scheduled.  This new agreement is taking hold and, once approved, our members are cleared to go to work for these contractors ASAP.  The terms of these agreements includes all of the language changes recently negotiated in the Western WA MLA plus additional monetary compensation.  This an effective tool and option for contractors who bargain independently. 

At a later date we will post the names of all of the contractors that are signatory to the MLAWW.   In the meantime, contact your field representatives if you have any questions about whether or not a contractor has signed this agreement. 

For contractors interested in considering this option, please contact any of the field representatives listed below based on your area of operations:

Downtown Seattle:  Denny McKinney 206-841-4170 and  Ron Dahl, 206-391-2336

South King County:  Larry Gregory 206-851-6176

East King County: Gabe Chavez 425-518-2069 and Marge Newgent 206-852-0000

North King/Snohomish County: Rick Cunningham 206-251-5893 and Al Cummings, 206-391-2337

Whatcom, Island, and Skagit: Tony Zempel 206-251-5399

Olympic Peninsula: George Garten 360-649-3055 and Josh Swanson 206-293-8350

Central/Eastern Washington (Not District 5): Sean Jeffries 509-307-7059

In Solidarity,
Daren Konopaski
International VP and Business Manager

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