The proposal, which is making its way through a process at the State Building Code Council, was vehemently opposed by the City Council, which passed a nonbinding resolution against it by a 6-1 vote, with only Councilwoman Candace Mumm casting a no vote.
Local 699 covers the entire Puget Sound area providing members a fair wage and safe working conditions as well as wages and benefits which are among the best in the nation.
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