George Pinella and Jose Alvarado held a silent protest outside of the Robert M. Falasco Justice Center Monday and Tuesday on behalf of Carpenters Union Local 152. The pair objected to the Administrative Office of the Courts using Arizona-based Sundt Construction for court projects. The court system is using the San Francisco-based Swinerton Builders for the relocation of the Los Banos courthouse slated for 2015.
George Pinella and Jose Alvarado held a silent protest outside of the Robert M. Falasco Justice Center Monday and Tuesday on behalf of Carpenters Union Local 152. The pair objected to the Administrative Office of the Courts using Arizona-based Sundt Construction for court projects. The court system is using the San Francisco-based Swinerton Builders for the relocation of the Los Banos courthouse slated for 2015. cpride@losbanosenterprise.com
George Pinella and Jose Alvarado held a silent protest outside of the Robert M. Falasco Justice Center Monday and Tuesday on behalf of Carpenters Union Local 152. The pair objected to the Administrative Office of the Courts using Arizona-based Sundt Construction for court projects. The court system is using the San Francisco-based Swinerton Builders for the relocation of the Los Banos courthouse slated for 2015. cpride@losbanosenterprise.com

Carpenters protest

July 18, 2014 12:00 AM

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