Our fight for higher wages is heating up!
A bus will be picking up local residents on Tuesday, June 17 at 10 a.m. to attend the Albany Rally to raise the minimum wage. The bus will be stopping at the parking lot at the North Utica Shopping Center (50 Auert Ave, Utica, NY 13502, off Herkimer Road near Berkshire Bank). There is no charge for the bus. Lunch will be provided. Please arrive 15 minutes earlier.
Cities across the country are taking action to raise wages for low-wage workers — with Seattle recently passing a $15/hour minimum wage. And now, thanks to the work of unions, community groups, faith leaders and the Working Families Party, the governor is standing with workers in support of a $10.10/hour statewide minimum wage in NY and the right for localities to raise the wage even higher.
Now is the time to RaiseUpNY! This is our moment — join us at the State Capitol on Tuesday, June 17 to pressure legislators to take action now!
Rally to RaiseUpNY!
When: June 17, Bus Leaves Utica at 10:00 a.m. at the North Utica Shopping Center Parking Lot (50 Auert Ave, Utica, NY 13502, off Herkimer Road, near Berkshire Bank.) Please arrive 15 minutes earlier. Bus will be coming back to Utica at about 6 p.m. Transpiration is available to the North Utica Shopping Center.
Where: Capitol steps in Albany, NY.
What: Rally in Albany in support of $10.10 minimum wage and the right for cities and counties to raise the wage even higher.
Call John Furman at 725-0974 or send an email to email@example.com to make a reservation
Who: Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc, Working Families Party
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The media will be covering the event, and a big crowd will help make sure we get the attention of the state senate to RaiseUpNY now.