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The New 9th’s 21st Annual Central Avenue Jazz Fest

Thursday is only a few hours old and you’re already thinking about the weekend. Got any plans in mind? Try this one for size. City Councilman Curren D. Price is hosting the 21st annual Central Avenue Jazz Festival in the New 9th and the Engineers & Architects Association is co-sponsoring.  The Central Avenue Jazz Festival has…

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You Are Invited to the 18th Annual Local Wide Picnic

Our brothers and sisters at IBEW are hosting their 18th Annual Local Wide Picnic on Saturday, August 13, 2015 and you and your family are invited to join in on the festivities, which includes but is not limited to: Live music by Tierra, The Lubricators Blues Band, and REMJ Car & Bike Show showcasing classic hot…

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Update: 2016 College Scholarship Winners

July 8, 2016 | This is just an FYI to those of you who submitted an application to this year’s scholarship program.  The Engineers & Architects Association’s Scholarship Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, July 13th to determine the winners of the 2016/2017 EAA College Scholarship Program. The winners will be notified shortly after deliberation has…

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Attention MOU 28 Members: “M” Badge Survey

Hello MOU 28 Members, EAA is currently in discussions with LAPD command staff regarding the Municipal Police Officer badge change. There is a strong possibility that the department may at best propose an LAPD badge with the letter “M” preceding the badge number; however, this is not yet confirmed.  In the interest of expediency, should…

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Archival Footage of First Annual EAA Picnic from July 14, 1951

Let’s take a trip down memory lane to a time long before selfie technology (which when you think about it, really was not all that long ago, but I digress). A bit of spring cleaning unearthed two spools of celluloid amidst a pile of old paper files. Naturally, we sent them to the lab for digitizing. What…

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Terry “Will” Newman for LACERS Board of Administration

Sisters and brothers, please vote for a friend of ours and most certainly a friend of yours. He has been protecting the interests of Engineers & Architects Association members as a Union Steward for fourteen plus years. He also happens to be both a certified Public Accountant and a certified Fraud Examiner as well as an…

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EAA Proudly Endorses These 2016 Candidates

Aside from deciding who will sit as President of the United States, the very face of the State Legislature stands to be reimagined as 86 of the 99 state legislative chambers will hold elections on November 8, 2016. A total of 1,210 (61.4%) of the country’s 1,972 state senate seats and 4,710 (87.0%) of the country’s 5,411…

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In Appreciation of James Miller

He is a member of the MOU 1 Council (read your new Memorandum of Understanding) as well as a member of both our Finance and Outreach committees. He is also one of your own, a fellow Engineers & Architects Association union member. The new EAA owes a great deal of its progress thanks to his efforts.…

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EAA Hosts a Mini Fair for the Kids at Harbor Interfaith

On Friday May 20th, Executive Director Gregory West and a few volunteers from the EAA office hosted a mini-fair at Harbor Interfaith’s Children Center. It was already a sunny Friday afternoon in San Pedro, but after having seen the unbridled joy (and cotton candy beards) on these kids’ faces, our day just kept getting brighter and brighter. Fortunately, we were…

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Anthony Cox’s “Labor Los Angeles” Mural Dedication

On Wednesday, May the 4th of 2016, the Engineers & Architects Association unveiled the tentatively titled “Labor Los Angeles” at their headquarters in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’s Financial District.  “We wanted to honor the new workers of the Information Age, so where Rivera (Diego Rivera) used the gears and machinery of manufacturing to…

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