Wednesday, July 9, 2014

New York City District Council of Carpenters Board of Trustee's Restore Full benefits for All Active and Retired Members With NO DEDUCTIBLES!!!

UBC brother William Kane of Local 2287 started a petition "NYC District Council of Carpenters Board of Trustee's: New York City District Council of Carpenters Board of Trustee's Restore Full benefits for All Active and Retired Members With NO DEDUCTIBLES!!!" and invites you to help get our benefits back by adding your name to the petition.

Our goal is to reach 25,000 signatures and we need your support. You can read more and sign the petition by clicking here.

4 comments:

  1. The retirees signed on with this promise made to them ,when they became union members ,and paid for it with their blood and sweat in a harsh and brutal work environment over the years . They earned it ,they were promised it , and most importantly , THEY PAID FOR IT !! So , when they retire , it's time to get what they paid for , and it's time for they NYCDCC to ante up and keep the promises made by the NYCDCC all these years !!

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  2. Many yrs put in and now disable,with only a disabilty income, having lost Dental-Vision-Medicare reimbursement- Huge deductibles- and A HUGE MONTHLY PREMUIM the outcome now is Food off table,bills not being paid,but the biggest problem now is NOT TAKING CARE OF MY HEALTH and it is only going to get worse-They want you to DIE-THANKS- Never thought the UNION would give up so much !!!!

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  3. Boy he's really killing it w signatures! 50 already!

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  4. it might be along shot with this petition but a least he's trying something.Going from the one of the best med.plans of all unions to this sh---y ass plan is NUTS!!!!!! So sign it and lets see want happens it can't hurt.

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