The United States Department of Labor’s Secretary, Alexander Acosta, recently spent time at the Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas. While there, Secretary Acosta toured the facility and stopped in to talk with members engaged in Leadership Training. Journeymen from the Central South Carpenters were one of those groups at the ITC, and EST Jason Engels had the opportunity to meet with the Secretary.Read Complete Article
Three Central South leaders represented the Council well recently at a Labor Breakfast in Baton Rouge. Council Representatives Chad Woods and Emanuel Mitchell were joined by Local 1098’s Vice President Joseph M. (T-Boy) Ardoin, Jr. at the event.
They also heard from and met Governor Jon Bel Edwards, who gave a positive message and praised labor for its efforts to help uplift the income and quality of life for Louisiana’s working class.
The event was held at the Laborers Union Hall and was attended mostly with Building & Trades representatives, plus other union groups such as postal workers and teachers.
The Central South Carpenters Regional Council is actively involved in politics on the federal, state and local levels.Stay Informed
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