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Frieze NY claims Production Glue is responsible, Production Glue claims Frieze NY is responsible," said Vincent Alvarez, head of the NYC Central Labor Council.
They’re competing against a group made up of Westbrook Partners, Citigroup, the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty and the New York City Central Labor Council, among others.
Ed Ott, the director of public relations for the New York City Central Labor Council, said that contractors employing illegal immigrants can have negative effects on more than just a single job site.
Louis Labor Council and the AFLCIO Central Labor Councils in Southern Illinois.
A 1976 committee survey went to public libraries in cities of 10,000 or more having a central labor council.
But Walter Johnson, secretary-treasurer of the Central Labor Council and part of Labor/Neighbor's get-out the vote effort for the stadium campaign, wasn't so sure.
Most previous organizing drives had been controlled by male union organizers from the IBEW or city central labor councils.
Callahan also serves on the Executive Board of the New York City Building and Construction Trades Council, the New York City Central Labor Council, and the New York State AFL-CIO.