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    • Welcome To Local 45

      Queenscarpenterslocal45.com

      Welcome to Local 45's website, we are one of nine Local's that make up the NYC District Council of Carpenters.  Local 45 has always been for the members first.  We realize without a strong membership base we would not have the respect and accomplishments that we have had over the years. I truly believe our Apprentices are the best within the city.  Local 45 started the first apprentice mentoring program and we understand that our apprentices are the ones who will carry this organization into the future.

      I would like to say thank you to all of our members who volunteer their time and efforts to make this local the best in the New York City.  Let us be leaders in the NYCDCC and regain our market share and secure work for our members for the future.

      In Solidarity,

      Michael Rodin

      President Local 45

      Representing Local 45 at the NABTU 2018

      Dear Brothers and Sisters

      Due to our current situation WE have REOPENED our office at 214-38 Hillside Avenue, Queens Village on June 1, 2020 with the following changes:

      OFFICE HOURS 7:00 A.M - 3:00 P.M.

      LUNCH 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. 

      TEMPERATURES WILL BE TAKEN TO ENTER

      MASKS are A MUST to Enter the Office 

      We want to keep you safe as well as our employees please adhere to these new mandatory rules.  Please stay safe and we hope to see you all soon.

      Fraternally,

      Michael Rodin

      President Local 45

      CHANGE OF ADDRESS

      PLEASE FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS BELOW ON THE NYCDC WEBSITE: 

      Having Trouble?

      If you unable to access this form, please follow the below instructions.

      1. Click on
      2. Enter all your credentials

       

      1. On the top right-hand corner, CLICK over the Members Tab
      2. Under Member Forms Grouping, click on Change of Address & EEOC Survey

      5.  Fill out the form and Submit. The form will be forwarded to both the Council and Benefit funds to update.

      If you continue to have trouble logging in or registering for an account, please call the communications department at 212-366-3352, or send an email to communications@nycdistrictcouncil.org.

      For any questions regarding change of address, please call 212.366.7336

      UPDATE 10/5/20

      Due to COVID-19, and the safety of our membership, Union Activity is cancelled for the rest of the year. NO MEMBER WILL BE BILLED FOR 2020 UNION ACTIVITY. Updates on the District Council website will be posted upon additional information being available.

      PICKET DUTY 2020

      TO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19(CORONAVIRUS), ALL UNION ACTIVITY OPTIONS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

      Continue to Periodically check on the nycdistrictcouncil.com Website for updates.

      If you do NOT do Picket Duty it is a $500 Fine.

           CANCELLED APPRENTICE MEETINGS FOR 2020 

      We hope you are all safe and healthy as we continue in the state we currently are in with COVID19.  Local 45 will NOT have Apprentice Meetings for this year 2020.  Our next meeting will be Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 5:00pm at the American Legion Post, 51 Valley Stream, NY.  We will follow state guidelines please wear masks and stay 6 feet apart.  Due to the current circumstates life as we know it is unsure please continue to stay safe follow guidelines.  See you soon.

      Fraternally,

      Mike Rodin, President Local 45 

      This year Local 45 Scholarship Application will be accessible on our website or you can request a paper application.

      PLEASE READ

      DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN LOCAL 45 POSSESSION NO LATER THAN JANUARY 31, 2021

      TO ALL COVERED MEMBERS:

      This letter describes the Scholarship Benefits provided by Local 45 and the requirements for participation.  This program is another way for us to express our abiding interest in the local member and his family by making the awards and benefits of higher education available to deserving young people.

      The scholarship award will be made for the academic year beginning September 1, 2020.  Applications for this award must be RECIEVED in hand to Local 45, 214-38 Hillside Avenue, Queens Village, NY 11427 PRIOR to JANUARY 31, 2021.  An application is attached to this brochure for your convenience.

      All phases of the scholarship competition, including selection of winners and determination of the amount of scholarship awards, are handled by the Scholarship and Recognition Program, which is a Program Service of the College Board.

      THE AWARDS:

      Two scholarships will be awarded.  The awards will be $3,000.00 for each year of a four-year academic program, or until the student receives a bachelor’s degree, whichever is first.

      All awards will be sent directly to the college at which award winners are enrolled, and credited to the student’s account for payment of authorized college expense (tuition, room and board for college-operated accommodations, and all documented matriculation and other usual and similar fees).

      Disbursement of stipend will be made in accordance with the scholarship policy of the institution concerned.

      The winners of the Charles Johnson Scholarships will not be eligible for the Local 45 award.

      STUDENT ELIGIBILITY:

      To qualify, the applicant must be an unmarried dependent child of an eligible employee or pensioner covered by the Plan, living or deceased.  The child of a pensioner or deceased employee will be considered eligible if the pensioner or deceased employee had met the requirements for an active employee at the time he died or retired, and the child was at least 12 years of age when the pensioner retired or the employee died.

      Applicants will be considered eligible without regard to age provided they are unmarried and:

      1. entering college as freshmen without prior college credit, or
      2. entering college with prior college credit earned while completing the senior year of high school in either an Early Admissions or Advanced Placement Program, or
      3. a mid-year graduate who entered college prior to the academic year beginning in September when a scholarship would first be payable and who earned one-half year of college credit.

      MEMBER ELIGIBILITY:

      Students will be considered eligible as candidates for a scholarship award provided one of their parents is and has been a Local Member in good standing within the prior 12 months without any interruption of Local Union Membership. 

      Active Employee as defined in either (a)(i) or (a)(ii), as follows:

                (a)(i)  Active Employee – An active employee is one who:

      1. worked in covered scholarship employment for at least 4,000 hours in the 5 calendar years ending the December 31 prior to the September for which the scholarship is to be first awarded; and

      1. worked in covered scholarship employment for at least 600 hours in each of at least 4 of those 5 calendar years;

      OR

      (a)(ii)   

      1. worked in covered scholarship employment for at least 6,000 hours in the 7 Calendar years ending the December 31 prior to the September for which the scholarship is to be first awarded; and,
      2. worked in covered scholarship employment for at least 500 hours in  each of at least 5 of those 7 calendar years.            

      “Covered Scholarship Employment” is employment with an Employer for which the Employer is obligated to contribute to the Welfare Fund for the scholarship benefit.

      Credit for work in covered scholarship employment will be given for each day for which an employee receives weekly non-occupational disability benefits form the New York District Council of Carpenters Welfare Fund, or Workers Compensation benefits.  The daily number of hours credit allowed will depend upon the employee’s regular workday, excluding overtime, immediately preceding disability.

      A deceased employee’s child will be considered an eligible candidate for a scholarship award if the deceased employee had met the able active employee requirements at the time he died, and was a member in good standing, and if the child was at least 12 years of age at the time the employee died.

      The child of a Regular, Early Retirement or Disability pensioner under the New York District Council of Carpenters Pension Fund will likewise be eligible if the pensioner had met the above active employee requirements at the time of his retirement, and is a Local Member in good standing, and if the child was at least 12 years of age at the time of retirement.

      BELOW IS APPLICATION:

      https://aim.applyists.net/Local45/

      NEW REQUIREMENTS:

      FROM DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS PERTAINING TO SST CARDS:

      REQUIRED:

      Height and Eye ColorThe cardholders height and eye color are now required to be printed on the card.

      The Carpenter Training Center will need to reprint all SST Cards previously issued with this added information and updated photos as needed.  NEED FOR everyone to spread the word.

      Below is the direct link to the CTC website and the data sheet:

      https://nyccarpenterstrainingcenter.org/demographic-survey/

      All SST information is also posted on the CTC website:

      https://nyccarpenterstrainingcenter.org/ 

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