Aldino Memorial Golf Tournament 2022
Thu, Mar 31, to Fri, Jul 1, 2022 - July 16, 2022

The 9th Annual UA 447 Aldino Golf Tournament is scheduled for July 16, 2022 at Bradshaw Ranch Golf Course. The format is 2 clubs + putter and is 4 man best ball. If you are interested in participating in this event, please print and complete the registration form and return to the Union hall with payment no later than July 1, 2022. You can also call in to register and make a payment with debit or credit. For more information, please contact the business office at 916-457-6595.

2022 Golfland Sunsplash Event
Fri, Apr 1, to Fri, Jul 29, 2022 - August 13, 2022

The Golfland Sunsplash picnic has turned into an annual event for Local 447 members and their immediate family. Please print and complete the registration form and return with payment to the business office. All registration forms and payments must be received no later than July 29th in order to attend the event.

Dear Brothers and Sisters:
We need your assistance in responding to the serious challenge to UA registered apprenticeship programs as explained below.
A new proposal by the U.S Department of Labor (DOL) could undermine the training and labor standards that are required of federal and state approved registered apprenticeship programs. On June 25, the DOL proposed a new system that will allow private groups free reign to invent watered-down standards and certify sub-standard quasi-apprenticeship programs. These programs do not follow the registered apprenticeship model of the construction industry. They have named these programs Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAPs).
Recently, both the ABC and the AGC have come out against any rule that prohibits IRAPs in the construction industry. They and their supporters have argued for decades that the requirements of the registered apprenticeship system are too burdensome and costly. They will undoubtedly seize on this opportunity to argue that IRAPs should be allowed in the construction industry, and apprentices enrolled in IRAPs should be afforded the same treatment as registered apprentices under Davis-Bacon, as well as other federal, state and local government laws that reward investments in registered apprenticeship programs. We anticipate that their efforts in this regard will be coordinated and sustained.
What You Need to Do – NOW
The deadline for filing these comments is Friday, August 26, 2019. The UA has developed a web-based tool to expedite the submission of as many letters as possible by offering various talking points and customization options that will generate and automatically submit comments directly to the DOL. The links to the websites are below; please take a moment to fill out the questions and submit to help save our coveted, registered Apprenticeship Training Programs!
Journeymen and Retirees:
Public/Friends and family of the trades:
Thank you in advance for your efforts to defend the registered apprenticeship training model and the training programs that have shaped the UA and will continue to do so for generations.