Monthly Archives: June 2018

Focus votes on what’s best for our work

By Dave Wondolowski Executive Secretary, CBCTC Brothers and Sisters, with the November gubernatorial election approaching, I felt it was important to begin reaching out to you monthly to make some brief observations regarding our candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. With that said, you can expect to see this column[…] Read More →

Fundraiser dinner provides variety of network opportunities

In early June, the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Golf Outing Dinner provided an excellent opportunity for leaders within the union construction industry and the community to network. More than 150 people attended the dinner, which is part of the Cleveland Building Trades largest annual fundraiser. To increase the[…] Read More →

Sutton challenges DeWine’s So-Called ‘Right to Work’ stance

Democratic Lieutenant Governor Candidate Betty Sutton called out Republican gubernatorial nominee Mike DeWine’s stance on So-Called “Right to Work” in a June 6 interview with the Youngstown Vindicator. Sutton told the Vindicator DeWine’s statements during a late May press conference “opened the door to this idea of turning Ohio into[…] Read More →

Like Michigan, repeal of Prevailing Wage could happen in Ohio

According to Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary Dave Wondolowski, the repeal of Prevailing Wage laws could happen in Ohio, just as it recently happened in Michigan. During his monthly appearance on America’s Work Force Radio, Wondolowski told AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc that the only way to[…] Read More →

Focus votes on what’s best for our work

Electing Jobs, Families and Futures First By Dave Wondolowski Executive Secretary, CBCTC Brothers and Sisters, with the November gubernatorial election approaching, I felt it was important to begin reaching out to you monthly to make some brief observations regarding our candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. With that said, you[…] Read More →