Sheet Metal Workers Local 5


This Years 2016 Building Trades Legislative Conference hosted many special guests along with Training for Building Trades Reps. And a detailed list of Legislative issues that could effect our Unions. 

 North America’s Building Trades Unions Kick-Off 2016 Legislative Conference with Focus on Values, Issues and Opportunities

April 18, 216
Tom Owens

North America’s Building Trades Unions Kick-Off 2016 Legislative Conference with Focus on Values, Issues and Opportunities
Industry and Political Leaders Laud Value-Proposition of Unionized Skilled Trades

WASHINGTON, DC – Over 3,000 delegates attended the opening session of the two-day, 2016 Legislative Conference of North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU).

 Please see attached letter.

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Since its formation in 1933, the Tennessee Valley Authority has provided affordable power and good jobs to more than 9 million people throughout the South.

But President Obama’s latest budget plan proposes privatizing the TVA, selling off a highly efficient public entity to the highest bidder.

Let the President know that the TVA needs to stay in the hands of the taxpayers who benefit from it, not the big energy tycoons who look to profit off it.


List of candidates running for office in TN.

On many Saturdays the members of Sheet Metal Workers Local #5 have volunteered their time helping to elect Warren Gooch for Anderson County Mayor.  Click Here For More

Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, and fellow Americans:

Tonight we meet at an urgent time for our country. We continue to face an economic crisis that has left millions of our neighbors jobless, and a political crisis that has made things worse

Working class people from all walks of life now share one common interest (Electing Madeline Rogero) for Knoxville City Mayor.

North Carolina Job Losses Since NAFTA And
The Impact The NAFTA-style Korea Trade Deal Will Have If Passed

About Madeline
Madeline Rogero has the right experience to be Mayor of Knoxville. She has a demonstrated record of success as a community development director, county commissioner, non-profit executive, urban and regional planner, community volunteer, and neighborhood activist.
Madeline believes in Knoxville. She has the skills, experience, vision, passion, and compassion to be a great Mayor.

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