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October 26, 2022

Millwrights Welcomed Into NASRCC

Millwright Locals 1121 and 1163 are joining the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters. Together we will expand work opportunities, increase our influence on the industry and build stronger communities throughout our seven states.

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October 25, 2022

Leading on Wage Theft Crackdown in Lynn

Justin Anshewitz, an organizer for the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters has been elected to chair the Lynn (MA) Wage Theft Advisory Committee. The group met following a long, pandemic-related hiatus to follow-up on a wage theft ordinance the City Council passed four years ago.

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October 18, 2022

NASRCC Names Two to New Positions

The North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters has made two appointments to fill positions held by Richard Pedi, who retired at the end of September.

Executive Secretary-Treasurer Joe Byrne has appointed Mike Holmes as chair of the North Atlantic States Carpenters Training Fund and Raheem Shepard as the regional manager for Boston Carpenters Local Unions 327 and 328.

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October 5, 2022

Be Active to WIN!

As a thanks for your commitment to helping our union succeed, we’re giving you the chance to WIN BIG by participating in an incentives program from NOW until 11/9!

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September 26, 2022

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu Appoints NASRCC Raheem Shepard To Zoning Board Of Appeals

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced nominated a slate of members to Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeals board including NASRCC’s Raheem Shepard.

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September 22, 2022

NASRCC in D.C. To Work Toward Ensuring Infrastructure Provides Economic Opportunity for All

Recently passed federal legislation has provided massive funding for necessary infrastructure and employment. It also provide historic opportunities to diversify construction sites and turn buildings into bridges for women, people of color and veterans who continue to be under-represented in the construction industry.  

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