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San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council Secretary-Treasurer Tim Paulson and San Francisco Labor Council Executive Director Rudy Gonzalez welcomed delegates to the California Democratic Party’s Labor Caucus meeting at the Moscone Center May 31, reminding them that union members built the facility and do the work running conventions, trade shows and other events.

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The San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council (SFBCTC) has agreed to support Mayor London Breed’s $600 million bond measure to fund affordable housing construction that will be on the November 2019 ballot. The Building Trades reached an agreement with Mayor Breed and City leaders after meetings led by SFBCTC President Larry Mazzola, Jr. and Secretary-Treasurer Tim Paulson.

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Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) and Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) held a groundbreaking event May 10 for their new affordable housing development at 1990 Folsom in the Mission. All of the 143 apartments in the nine-story building, “Casa Adelante - 1990 Folsom,” will be permanently affordable for low-income families, with 25 percent set aside for families choosing to relocate from HOPE SF sites.

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Mayor London Breed appointed San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council Secretary-Treasurer Tim Paulson and former District 10 Supervisor Sophie Maxwell to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) in late April. Both were unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors. The SFPUC is governed by a board compromised of five commissioners with each chosen according to criteria set forth in the San Francisco City Charter – including one seat for a representative of organized labor. The commissioners provide operational oversight in such areas as rates and charges for services, approval of contracts and organization policy.

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A new 20-story, 220-foot-tall tower condominium development at Steuart and Howard will soon be rising as crews prepare to pour the foundation slab for the all-union project. Swinerton is the general contractor, with a small crew of operating engineers, laborers and carpenters on the jobsite. Crews demolished the parking garage at the site last spring and began construction last summer. The building is slated for completion by 2021.

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Unions representing City workers reached tentative agreements with the City and County of San Francisco in early May – increasing wages over the next three years and maintaining benefits.

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Despite longstanding necessity, the position of Executive Assistant to the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council Secretary-Treasurer had remained unfilled for years. On March 6, San Francisco native Sandra Duarte came on board to fill the role assisting Secretary-Treasurer Tim Paulson.

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SACRAMENTO – The San Francisco Building Trades Council and San Francisco Labor Council hosted a series of meetings with Bay Area legislators in Sacramento April 2, along with the San Mateo County Building Trades Council and San Mateo County Central Labor Council.

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San Francisco Animal Care and Control’s current location at 1200 15th Street was built in 1931 with the intended use as a warehouse for goods, not a home for animals.

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