Posted on August 7, 2009 by chicagocloutA meeting with Alderman Lyle and laid off 726 Teamsters Video
6 Replies to “A meeting with Alderman Lyle and laid off 726 Teamsters Video”
Exercise your Union rights,i.e. don’t agree with Daley (Mr. Dictator)and or exercise your first amendment (freedom of speech) and there will be consequences for you and your family.
ITS ABOUT TIME WE HAVE MEMBERS THINKING ABOUT ALL THE MEMBERS NOT SOME OF THE MEMBERS.I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU GUYS FOR STAMDING UP TO OUR UNION OFFICALS OF 726.
SO OUT WITH THE OLD AND IN WITH THE NEW
LOCAL 726 WAS PUT INTO TRUSTEESHIP BY HARD WORKING MEMBERS NOT DALEY . MY HAT GOES OFF TO THE MEMBERS AND WE ALL KNOW WHO THEY ARE.
Funny that I noticed that those truck drivers aren’t wearing any seat belts hmmmm. Isn’t that against the law. What OTHER laws are these people BREAKING!
WELL YES we all do, “FIGHTING FOR THE FUTURE” Thanks for a job well done.
Sewer Work Hurts Chicago South Side Business District
Produced by Natalie Moore on Tuesday, September 15, 2009
A South Side commercial strip is suffering from a city works project that may put owners permanently out of business.
A new sewer pipe is going along 75th Street. The street blockage and debris are hurting several businesses in the Chatham neighborhood.
COATS: I’m not making any money.
Charlotte Coats owns a shoe store by the same name. In 30 days she may go out of business.
COATS: After seven years of being here, this is how they do us, how they treat us. We gotta go.
Many neighborhoods must deal with inconvenient public works projects. But 75th Street has been dubbed Renaissance Row, a contrast to many surrounding neighborhoods lacking retail options.
The project is scheduled for completion in November. It’s unlikely overtime will be granted to speed up the process.
But Sixth Ward Alderman Freddrenna Lyle says she is searching for small business grants to help owners.
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