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Nominations for UAW Local 2488 Offices will be held on Wednesday, April 15 at the UAW Local 2488 Membership meeting beginning at 4pm: Read more >>>
RAFFLE FOR UNION SPORTSMANS ALLIANCE "PRIZE"
Purchase your raffle tickets today to be the winner of the Union Sportsmen's Alliance "Calendar Raffle" prize to be given away by UAW Local 2488
Raffle tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10
Purchase your tickets from any Executive Board member, your District Committeeman, at the UAW plant office or at the Union Center.
Drawing to be held following the April 15th UAW 2488 Membership Meeting.
For more information, call 828-2880
(To claim prize, winner must present a valid FOID)
Echoes From Our Past
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Casteel, McInroy, Dutcher and Keatts visit MMNA Facility
UAW International Secretary Treasurer Gary Casteel, his top Administrative Assistant Frank Keatts, Region 4 Director Ron McInroy and Region 4 Assistant Director Brad Dutcher spent their St Patrick's Day morning touring the MMNA plant floor. The visit was an unprecedented 2-hour walking tour which began in Car Conditioning and continued through Body Shop, Stamping, Plastics, Paint Shop, Final Assembly, Chassis and Trim.
The group was able to visit with associates on-the-job who took the time to voice their concerns to the International and Regional team which will join the Local 2488 Bargaining Committee during the 2015 contract negotiations.
After the March 4th candidate night in Bloomington-Normal, the area Building Trades released it's endorsement list: (endorsements were largely based on their response to the question on whether they supported Right to Work - for less)
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The UAW Special Convention on Collective Bargaining will take place on Tuesday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 25 at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit.
BLOOMBERG: History Was Made in Selma—But Not For Selma
Fifty years after America was changed on the Edmund Pettus bridge, residents of the struggling city hope the anniversary will bring more: tourists, economic revival, the promise of Bloody Sunday finally fulfilled.
Most weekdays for the last 10 years, Letasha Irby, 36, has driven her car across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., to get to a job that pays $11.33 an hour. The black mother of two lives about a 20-minute drive from the iconic bridge, which is named in honor of a Reconstruction-era Alabama Ku Klux Klan leader and U.S. senator and is the spot where demonstrators were set upon by police in an event that's come to be known as Bloody Sunday...
The Bloomington Normal Trades and Labor in conjunction with the Building Trades Council held a joint forum Wednesday night at Laborer’s Hall in Bloomington with all the candidates for Normal Town Council, Bloomington City Council, District 87 School Board and Unit 5 School Board invited.
Each candidate was presented three identical questions and given three minutes to answer those questions.
The question of the evening was whether each candidate supported Governor Rauner’s proposal to establish Right to Work (for less) zones in Illinois.
The following is how they responded:
It's time to get your team together for the 4th Annual Gary Nichols Memorial Golf outing set for Saturday, June 13th, 2014 at the Den at Fox Creek in Bloomington... Read more >>>
Stop by the UAW 2488 Union Center in Bloomington today and get your "PROUD UNION HOME" sign for just $5 while supplies last.
The Facts About Right to Work (for less)
This was geared toward Missouri, but works anywhere...
The UAW Local 2488 Community Services Committee is looking for team members to join us in our annual Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society. Read more >>>
Find out which vehicles are made by our UAW Brothers and Sisters. Read more >>>
UAW 2488 has welcomed 15 new members as 2015 gets underway..... Read more >>>
With the approaching 2015 contract negotiations, we want to keep you up-to-date on everything that is happening. It has come to our attention that we have a large number of members who have not updated their contact information. It is very important to update any changes in name, address, phone and/or email with Local 2488. It does not matter if you are active, supplemental or retired. Call 309-828-2880.
UAW Region 4 is teaming with the American Football Coaches Association to provide child ID kits as part of the National Child Identification Program.
UAW 2488 is making these kits available to our members and their families to help safeguard our children. If a child is missing, law enforcement can use the child's completed ID kit to scan the child's fingerprints into the National Crime Information Center database. These fingerprints and DNA swabs can then be used to help locate the child in a variety of ways.....Read more >>>
Delegates at the 36th UAW Constitutional Convention recognized that advances in technology make the mandatory mailing of a printed version of Solidarity unnecessary for the vast majority of our members. They overwhelmingly voted to make the printed version available only to members who "opt-in" to receive it.
They took this action to save our union the hundreds of thousands of dollars it costs to print and mail the magazine. We understand that some members still like to have an actual hard copy of the magazine to read. To continue to receive one, members can opt-in by.....Read more >>>
In a continuous effort for UAW 2488 to provide you with additional benefits Matt Kopecky and Union Financial are proud to bring you honest, unbiased financial advice. Matt will hold regular office hours at the UAW 2488 Union Center on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10am until 5pm.....
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Gun-A-Week Calendar Winners
Keep up-to-date on the weekly winners in the Union Sportsmen's Alliance Gun-A-Week calendar drawings. CLICK HERE
Work Comp Attorney
Richard Johnson of Katz-Friedman will hold regular hours on the third Tuesday of each month from 10am until one hour after the end of 1st shift production and Chris Mose will hold regular hours on the first Wednesday of each month from 10:30am until one hour after the end of 1st shift production. For more information, call 1-800-444-1525.