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The honorable brothers and sisters of Laborers’ Local 754 have been proudly serving Rockland County, New York since 1926. Our member's work can be seen on the highways, roads, bridges, hospitals and schools throughout this corner of the lower Hudson Valley. Our goal as an organization is to improve our membership’s livelihoods through proper training, job security, retirement planning and health care. We are proud members of the Laborers International Union of North America and are working diligently to care for the best interests of our elite tradesmen and women. 


215 Old Nyack Turnpike

Chestnut Ridge, New York 10977

Main Office 845.425.5073

Benefits Office 845.425.0210

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Important Pipeline Meeting

pipeline mapI am writing this note to ask all members and any of their friends and family to attend the scoping meeting for Spectra Energy's Access Northeast Project. Due to the short notice of the meeting date, many of our Local 60 Brothers and Sisters will not be able to attend due to their Nomination Meeting being held the same night. Therefore, the bulk of the weight will land on the shoulders of Local 754. We expect a large anti-pipeline turnout so we need as many members as possible to show for this meeting. Any that wish to speak please get there early so you can sign up and speak early in the meeting. This project will provide many man-hours to all Laborers involved. Those of you working on the AIM project will be expected to come since you have job experience and can make comments both oral and written. Kenny and I will both be there to help with comments and make our own. This will be a hard project to get approved due to the recent accident in PA and the highly organized anti-pipeline lobby. We are counting on OUR MEMBERS and I have assured Spectra our people will be there! We need this project because 2017 and especially 2018 may be very tight years in this industry. We must remember, the AIM project and the New TZB will not last forever!
See you all there on May 17th at 6:30pm at the Sleepy Hollow High School, 210 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow NY 10591

Stephen Reich
Business Manager

tzbconcretemenWe are a labor union of Construction Craft Laborers' (CCL's). CCL's are some of the most valuable and skilled workers on any construction project. Union Laborers' provide much of the physically demanding labor at construction projects, tunnel and shaft excavations, environmental remediation projects, and demolition sites. We are specialists in operating a variety of tools and machinery including pavement breakers; jackhammers; earth tampers; concrete, mortar, and plaster mixers; guided boring machines; small mechanical hoists; laser beam equipment; surveying and measuring equipment; and monitoring and sampling equipment.

On Building sites, we mix and place concrete, clean and prepare work sites, dig trenches, and set braces to support the sides of excavations. On many multi-craft projects, construction craft laborers may assist, or tend, other craft workers.

dozerexcavatorOn Heavy & Highway construction projects, our highly specialized tasks include operating laser guidance equipment to place pipes, and setting explosives for tunnel, shaft, and road construction.

On Environmental remediation projects, we perform material and atmospheric sampling; build, clean, and decontaminate enclosure structures; remove, package, and transport hazardous materials.

The Laborers’ International Union of North America—is the most progressive, aggressive and fastest-growing union of construction workers, and one of the most diverse and effective unions representing public service employees.

liunaNYworkersLIUNA members are on the forefront of the construction industry – a sector that is a powerhouse of 12 million workers producing 5 percent of our countries’ economic output. A half-million strong, we are united through collective bargaining agreements which help us earn family-supporting pay, good benefits and the opportunity for advancement and better lives. Our goal as a Local is to serve our membership to the best of our ability. We are diligently striving to improve the lives of our tradesmen and women, fighting to maintain a living wage and provide a platform for our members to help the Hudson Valley grow and prosper.

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