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Santa Ana approves county’s first citywide project labor agreement, setting hiring goals for local workers

SANTA ANA – City council members on Tuesday night, Aug. 15, gave a unanimous nod to Orange County’s first citywide project labor agreement, establishing local hire requirements for construction projects funded by Santa Ana. The community workforce agreement with the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council and the Signatory Craft Councils and Unions […]
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