[act-ma] Boston Jobs for Boston People, Tue Feb 12, 7 pm
wn at wesnick.com
Mon Feb 11 19:11:33 PST 2013
Boston Jobs for Boston People (Action Meeting)
Greater Boston Chapter of the Green-Rainbow Party
Mel King will lead a presentation and discussion on Boston Jobs for
February 12, 2013 at 7pm
Tent City, Dow Room (first floor)
130 Dartmouth St
Boston, MA 02116
Mike Heichman · mikeheichman at verizon.net · 617-265-8143
In 1985 Boston passed a regulation requiring that contractors hire at
least: 50% of its employees from among residents of Boston, 25% of
people of color, and 10% women. However, this is not happening and
Boston is not adequately enforcing the law, letting contractors get
away with whatever they want.
Here is the actual wording of the ordinance from the city's website:
The Boston Residents Construction Employment Standards as set forth
in the Mayor's Executive Order of July, l985 entitled The Executive
Order Extending the Boston Residents Jobs Policy, attached hereto as
Exhibit A and adopted by the Boston Redevelopment Authority on July
26, l985. Specifically, the Executive Order requires that the
Developer's Construction Employment Plan shall ensure that on a craft
by craft basis for construction employment for the Project, the
following Boston Residents Construction Employment Standards are met:
1. at least fifty (50) percent of the total employee worker hours in
each trade shall be by bona-fide Boston Residents.
2. at least twenty-five (25) percent of the total employee worker
hours in each trade shall be by minorities; and
3. at least ten (l0) percent of the total employee worker hours in
each trade shall be by women.
For the purpose of this Plan, employees shall include persons filling
apprenticeship and on-the-job training positions.
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