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     Local 442

    Plumbers and Pipe Fitters

    4842 Nutcracker Lane Modesto Ca, 95356

     

    to contact the local please dial (209)338-0751

    to contact the Training Center or if you have a question about the apprenticeship program call; (209)338-0758

    The Plumbers and Pipe Fitters have serviced the construction community since 1889. In November 1904 the Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters were given a charter for Stockton California and became Local Union 492. In January of 1920 the Plumbers and Steam Fitters were given a charter for Modesto California and became Local Union 437. In 1997, the Stockton and Modesto local unions merged into the Plumbers, Pipe and Refrigeration Fitters Local Union 442. The new Local covers an eight county jurisdiction in the San Joaquin valley and Sierra foothills.

    In June of 2006 Local Union 442 moved into a state of the art administration and training facility, located in North Modesto. The new 25,000 square foot building features a Union Hall Assembly Area and Local 442 Administration Offices. The Training Center consists of 7 classrooms and 4 shops which include a 12 computer CAD room, an architectural drawing classroom, a refrigeration training shop, a pipe fitter training shop, a plumbing training shop and a welding shop where stick, MIG and TIG are taught. The members of Local 442 are highly trained professionals that have served a five year apprenticeship or equal.Continuing EducationApprentice training is an important part of the Local 442’s Operation.

     

    The following are Labor’s endorsed candidates and Propositions for the Primary Election on November 4, 2014:

    Governor:   Edmund “Jerry” Brown (D)

    Lt. Governor: Gavin Newsom (D)

    Secretary of State: Alex Padilla (D)

    Attorney General: Kamala Harris (D)

    Treasurer: John Chiang (D)

    Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones (D)

    Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson

    State Board of Equalization District 1: Chris Parker

     

    PROPOSITIONS:

    Prop.   1 – Ensures a safe, reliable water supply: Vote – Yes

    Prop. 45 – Insurance rate regulation: Vote – No

    Prop. 47 – Stops wasting prison space on low level nonviolent crimes: Vote – Yes

    Prop. 48 Maintain gaming compacts with good jobs: Vote – Yes

     

    CALIFORNIA CONGRESS:

    Congressional District 9:  Rep. Jerry McNerney (D)

    Congressional District 10: Michael Eggman (D)

    Congressional District 16: Rep. Jim Costa (D)

    State Assembly District 12: Harinder Grewal (D)

    State Assembly District 13: Assm. Susan Eggman (D)

    State Assembly District 21: Assm. Adam Gray (D)

    State Senate District 12: Sen. Anthony Cannella (R)

     

     

     

    SAN JOAQUIN:

    San Joaquin County Superintendent:  James Mousalimas

    San Joaquin Delta College Trustee Area 7: Cather Mathis

    Stockton City Council District 1: Elbert Holman

    Stockton City Council District 3: Susan Lofthus

    Stockton City Council District 5: Dyane Burgos Medina

    Stockton Unified School District Area 2:Andrea Burrise

    Stockton Unified School District Area 5: David Varela

    Stockton Unified School District Area 7: Dual – Patty Hague/Sammy Nunez

    Lathrop Mayor: Sonny Dhaliwal

    Lodi City Council: Curtis Juran

    Lodi City Council: Wendel Kiser

    Lodi City Council: Dr.  Alan Nakanishi

    Manteca City Council: Steve DeBrum

    Manteca City Council: Mike Morowit

    Manteca City Council: Rich Silverman

    Tracy Mayor: Ray Morelos

    Tracy City Council: Robert Rickman

     

    STANISLAUS/TUOLUMNE:

    Oakdale Measure Y: Vote – Yes

    Patterson Mayor: Luis Molina

    Riverbank City Council: Cal Campbell

    Riverbank City Council: Leanne Jones-Cruz

    Turlock Mayor: Mike Brem

    Turlock Measure B: Vote – Yes

    Tuolumne County Assessor Recorder: Kaenan Whitman

     

    MERCED/ MARIPOSA:

    Merced County Sheriff: Pat Lunney

    Merced County Supervisor District 3: Tony Dosetti

     

    Many delegates to the 2011 National Legislative Conference of the Building and Construction Trades Department have requested copies of the powerful and inspiring opening invocation delivered  by Father Cletus Kiley, here is the link; http://wepartypatriots.com/wp/2011/04/04/there-was-a-time-in-this-country-reverend-kiley-delivers-labors-invocation-to-the-bctd/