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SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019 LOCAL 14 UAW HALL, 9 AM - 4 PM FEATURING UNION MADE & MADE IN THE USA Local vendors and businesses selling and promoting unique items with union made or made in the USA c

Saturday, May 18, 2019 Cincinnati, Ohio.  Cost is $60 per person ($55 for 12 and under).  Full payment due by Friday, April 12, 2019

The Powertrain Recreation Committee has purchased 4 season ticket packages for the upcoming 2019 Toledo Mudhens season (4 seats to each game).  Tickets can be purchased in pairs of 2 or 4 and are a

The Shop Committee will begin taking Local Demands beginning Monday, March 18, 2019 through Thursday, April 18, 2019.  Please put your demands into the barrels in the Work Center.

Summer is just around the corner. Local 14 is selling Cedar Point and Toledo Zoo tickets again.  Have some summer fun and save! 

Cedar Point open May 11, 2019 and Cedar Point Shores opens May 25, 2019 

Toledo Zoo summer hours are Memorial Day- Labor Day 10Am- 5PM 

The 46th Annual Bowling Tournament will be held March 15th-17th and March 22nd-24th at Jug's Bowling Center in Toledo, OH.  Cost is $20.00 per entry. Walk- Ins welcome with entry fee of $25.00.  There are Five events: Singles, Ladies Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Team(3) 

This tournament is Sanctioned by the USBC and is open to all members of Local 14 and their family members as described in Para. 218b of the GM National Agreement.  One NON family member may bowl, but they must bowl in all three events. 

UAW Navistar members have voted to ratify a new six-year contract. The UAW negotiating team secured significant economic and benefit improvements including the elimination of all tiered wages, profit sharing, pension plan improvements, and a “no closing agreement” which includes language to retain the contract if the company is sold or merged.

The agreement covers Navistar Local 6 and 2293 in Melrose Park; Local 472 in Atlanta; Local 119 in Dallas; Local 1872 in York, PA and Local 402 and 658 in Springfield, Ohio.

Last week was a bad week for autoworkers and the future of our domestic industry. On Nov. 26, General Motors (GM) announced its decision to halt production at the Lordstown, Ohio, and Hamtramck, Mich., assembly plants, idling thousands of workers.

Last Friday, President Trump signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), with promises that it would stop companies from closing U.S. factories and opening new ones in low-wage countries like Mexico...

In a special episode, AFL-CIO's Julie and Tim discuss plant closures at General Motors with longtime autoworker Brad Markell.

Monday, the UAW lodged a formal objection opposing GM's plan to close four American auto plants in 2019. The complaint objected to GM's unilateral decision on the future of those facilities, without the agreement of the UAW, required by the 2015 National Agreement.