(314) 312-2353

OUR NEXT MEETING IS MONDAY OCTOBER 3RD. 

Trudy Busch-Valentine is coming to speak at our October meeting. We would like to show her support by having a good crowd.

CAMPAIGN KICKOFF TO RE-ELECT MAYOR TIM LOWERY 

Thursday, September 22nd from 5:30-7:30pm

Duchesne Council Home Association Grounds 50 Rue St. Francois St. Florissant, 63031

Food, Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks Provided

Suggested Donation $20 per person

31ST ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 

Sunday, October 3rd 7am Registration and 8am Shot Gun Start

Florissant City Golf Club 50 Country Club Ln. Florissant, 63033

$80 entrance fee per golfer and includes 18 holes and food and drink

Hole Sponsor $200

Please make checks payable to: North County Labor Club and mail checks to P.O. Box 2165 Florissant, MO 63032

Fred is looking for volunteers for the golf tournament if you can help please contact him.

Any questions call Fred Searcy 314-914-5744 or Randy Schroeder 314-392-1417

We’ve gotten numerous calls about how we can help with flood relief.  Some of our neighbors were hit hard.  The United way is coordinating relief efforts in different parts of the area.   We have chosen to narrow it down to one to try and consolidate our efforts.   Labor has always been a force in helping those in need and we are called to do this again.   Please hit the link below to help our neighbors up in Florissant as they try and recover from the terrible floods they encountered last week.   Please feel free to send this out to as many folks as you deem appropriate.   If you have any questions please feel free to contact us here at the office.

https://www.stlvolunteer.org/opportunity/a0C4W00000idSn6UAE/flood-relief-multi-agency-resource-center-in-florissant-mo

Patrick J. White

President

Greater St. Louis Labor Council, AFL-CIO

3301 Hollenberg Dr. Bridgeton, MO 63044

Office:  314-291-8666 Cell:  314-954-0317

 

Endorsements are listed under endorsement tab. 

Any future mailings please send to:

North County Labor

P O Box 2165

Florissant, Mo 63032

Members,

As of right now you are allowed to go PAC to PAC. The trail court said it was legal but delayed its ruling for 45 days. The 45 days has expired and the appeals court, while it may reverse, did not stay, or otherwise pause, the trial court's decisions, despite the State of Missouri explicitly asking it to. You can check the MEC website today and it will tell you the language says no PAC to PAC, but because the court has not stayed the decision the PAC to PAC transfer prohibition is not being enforced. Therefore-it is safest and best to allow a clean and straight PAC to PAC at this point.

To split it up is not necessary and will potentially raise unwarranted flags for trying to just follow the law as you understood it.

For the time being the courts say we can go PAC to PAC and it is likely cleanest and easiest to do so at this time.

James P. Faul

Hartnett Gladney Hetterman LLC

4399 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, Mo 63104

Any questions on this feel free to contact the President Fred Searcy.