Thursday, January 19, 2017
Tom Perriello listens to an IUE-CWA Local 162 union member asking about automation.
Tom Perriello’s last stop in his listening tour through Roanoke was at the IUE-CWA Local 162 Roanoke headquarters where about 10 union rank and file members and union shop stewards from Verizon, ITT now the Harris Corporation, GE and Virginia Transformer peppered him with questions. Union members are not shy about asking questions.
Before Perriello arrived Jack Roland Chief Steward with Local 82162 at Harris Corporation said he wanted to know how Perriello views the future of the working class. Where does he see unions place in the future.
Jeff Moran, who works for Harris Corporation (again formerly ITT
HB 1879 Government, local; alternatives to publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, etc.
Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc; alternatives. Gives localities with a population over 100,000 alternatives to publication in newspaper of general circulation in the locality. These alternatives include publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the locality, on the locality’s website, or on any public access channel operated by the locality, to be aired during prime time programming and at least two other times during the day. Any electronic publication shall be aired daily for two consecutive weeks.
01/20/09 House: Assigned CC & T sub:
01/29/09 House: Subcommittee failed to recommend reporting
YEAS– Lohr, Saxman, Knight–3
NAYS– Marshall, D.W., Oder, Merricks, Hull, Spruill, Ware, O., Poisson, Nichols, –8
ABSTENTIONS–0. NOT VOTING–0.
Posted By Valerie Garner
Categories: State Politics
Tags: FOIA, open_government