International Longshoremans Association, Local 920. Address: ... Suite C-6. Staten Island, NY 10303 ... SAVE THE DATE: Union Night at Yankee Stadium ... INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMANS ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 920 SAVE THE DATE: UNION NIGHT AT YANKEE STADIUM OPT IN TO UPDATES FROM NEW YORK CITY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL Sponsored by: New York City Central Labor Council © AFL-CIO. All rights reserved. Photographs and illustrations, as well as text, cannot be used without permission from the AFL-CIO
The International Longshoremen's Association, AFL-CIO is the largest union of maritime workers in North America, representing upwards of 65,000 ... THE INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN’S ASSOCIATION, AFL-CIO IS THE LARGEST UNION OF MARITIME WORKERS IN NORTH AMERICA. The International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO is the largest union of maritime workers in North America, representing upwards of 65,000 longshoremen on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, Great Lakes, major U.S. rivers, Puerto Rico and Eastern Canada The International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO is the largest union of maritime workers in North America, representing upwards of 65,000 longshoremen on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, Great Lakes, major U.S. rivers, Puerto Rico and Eastern Canada Tracking Damages outlines the impact to ILA members’ jobs made by improper handling of damaged containers, specifically their being sent overseas for repair in violation of ILA rules. ILA-USMX JOINT SAFETY COMMITTEE: THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS – WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS WANT TO KNOW: ACKNOWLEDGING OUR HEROES Click to Download the PDF Click to view the Spanish version IN LETTER TO SENATOR AND HOUSE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEES PRAISING LONGSHORE LABOR, FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSIONERS URGE CONGRESS TO BRING AID TO U.S. TERMINAL OPERATORS TO EASE BURDEN OF EXPECTED SHORTFALLS Commissioners Bentzel and Sola Urge Congressional Leaders to Address Port Terminal Needs During COVID-19 Crisis In letters to the Chairmen ILA-USMX JOINT SAFETY COMMITTEE: THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS – WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS WANT TO KNOW: FACE MASKS ILA HONORS DECEASED MEMBERS FOR WORKERS’ MEMORIAL DAY 2020
Apr 26, 1999 ... ... president of Staten Island Local 920 of International Longshoreman's ... an 18- year-old with a broad back and a longshoreman's union card, ... SKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO SITE INDEX A Port With a Political Storm; As Governors Feud, Dockworkers Fear for Their Jobs See the article in its original context from April 26, 1999, Section B, Page 1Buy Reprints TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. In the 29 years since James Stolpinski arrived on the finger piers of Staten Island as an 18-year-old with a broad back and a longshoreman's union card, he has unhappily watched New Jersey supplant New York as the region's cargo hub. He blames New York governors for being ''asleep at the wheel'' for decades as New Jersey ports ascended at the expense of those in Brooklyn and on Staten Island. Then, George E. Pataki became New York's Governor, and Mr. Stolpinski and many other longshoremen decided he might be a stand-up guy. Mr. Pataki gave voice to the accumulated resentments of New York dockworkers when he criticized the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the transportation agency that controls the region's ports, railroads and airports. He also won points after helping to prod the authority into a planned expansion of the Howland Hook Marine Terminal on Staten Island. Now, though, Mr. Stolpinski and other New York longshoremen find themselves in an awkward position. Mr. Pataki may be their champion, but as they watch him battle his cross-harbor counterpart, Christine Todd Whitman, over revenue from the Port Authority, many worry that he is playing politics with the jobs of all longshoremen.
Jun 13, 2018 ... ON THE WATERFRONT, there's a longshoreman on the books who ... stand sentinel—to the terminals in Bayonne, Staten Island and Brooklyn, ... Where can you get paid $466K a year to wash trucks? Special deals, union clout at N.J. port Updated May 14, 2019; Posted Jun 13, 2018 By Ted Sherman | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com By Ted Sherman | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com ON THE WATERFRONT, there’s a longshoreman on the books who washes trucks. He gets paid $465,981 a year. To wash trucks. Fired when his bosses discovered he wasn’t actually showing up when he claimed to be working, he nevertheless regained his job—after an arbitrator concluded it was not unusual in the industry for employees to be paid “without being expected to work all the hours for which they are being paid.” The Port of New York Harbor is the busiest on the East Coast and the third largest in the nation. From the marine terminals in Port Newark and Port Elizabeth—where hulking gantry cranes that wait to load and unload ships from all over the world stand sentinel—to the terminals in Bayonne, Staten Island and Brooklyn, more than 6.7 million cargo containers came through the sprawling seaport last year. Ships carrying everything from food and clothes to furniture, machinery and coffee make port every day. But labor costs here are the highest in the nation, making consumer goods more expensive and the port less competitive, officials say. Part of the reason for those high labor costs, claim waterfront regulators and federal prosecutors, include $117 million in lucrative pay packages that go to more than 400 longshoremen in New Jersey and New York, some of whom are never, ever officially off the clock, every day of the year.
Longshoremens Association District Council, Puerto Rico, Catano, PR, 1,400. Longshoremens Association Local 333, Staten Island, NY, 1,395. Longshoremens ... / Union Profiles / Longshoremens Association / Locals and other Affiliated Groups LONGSHOREMENS ASSOCIATION (ILA) LOCALS AND OTHER AFFILIATED GROUPS Union Unit Name Location Members Longshoremens Association District Atlantic Coast North Bergen, NJ 28,432 Longshoremens Association Local 342 United Marine Division Shirley, NY 1,742 Longshoremens Association Houston Dock & Marine Houston, TX 1,739 Longshoremens Association Local 1804 North Bergen, NJ 1,700 Longshoremens Association Local 1964 Ridgefield Park, NJ 1,665 Longshoremens Association Division United Marine Shirley, NY 1,626 Longshoremens Association District Council Puerto Rico Catano, PR 1,400 Longshoremens Association Local 333 Staten Island, NY 1,395 Longshoremens Association Local 1814 Brooklyn, NY 1,368 Longshoremens Association Local 1248 Norfolk, VA 1,266 Longshoremens Association Local 1408 Jacksonville, FL 1,265 Longshoremens Association Local 1235 Newark, NJ 1,140 Longshoremens Association Local 333 Baltimore, MD 1,121 Longshoremens Association Local 1414 Savannah, GA 1,104 Longshoremens Association Local 1740 San Juan, PR 887 Longshoremens Association Local 1233 International Longshoremen Newark, NJ 876 Longshoremens Association Local 24 Houston, TX 842 Longshoremens Association Local 1478 Newark, NJ 800 Longshoremens Association Local 1575 San Juan, PR 706 Longshoremens Association Local 28 Pasadena, TX 678 Longshoremens Association Local 1 Newark, NJ 650 Longshoremens Association Local 1526 Ft Lauderdale, FL 604
Aug 14, 2017 ... On a summer Friday night in 1940, Brooklyn longshoreman Peter Panto told his
fiance he had to meet some men to talk union business.
Proud day for ILA Staten Island as Michael Izzo, President, ILA Local 920, was
awarded 2019 Maritime Industry “Good Scout Award” from Boy Scouts of...
Longshoremens Association District, Atlantic Coast / North Bergen, NJ, 28,432 ...
Longshoremens Association Local 333, Staten Island, NY, 1,395.
Jan 31, 2019 ... Union County, NJ Prosecutor's Office. NY County District Attorney's Office.
WCNYH. LONGSHOREMAN APPLICATION DENIED BASED ON VIOLENT
FELONY ... of Staten Island, New York for registration as a longshoreman.
Dec 9, 2019 ... “They even bring us pastries from Staten Island, from Brooklyn.” “The space was
... The bank was on the corner of Columbia and Union Street.