All full‐time and regular part‐time meat department employees, including, Meat Manager, Head Meat Cutter, Journeyman, Apprentice, and Wrappers employed by the Employer at its Roseau, Minnesota facility are eligible to vote in an election to become a Union workplace.

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There are currently two openings for appointment by the Ramsey County Board Of Commissioners. The Saint Paul – Ramsey County Food and Nutrition Commission is a forum for public and private stakeholders to assess how local food systems are operating and suggest policies, share information and plan for increased access to safe, affordable and nutritious foods. The Commission will create an action plan laying out a comprehensive vision of Ramsey County’s future in terms of access to healthier foods and sustainable local food systems for food production, distribution and consumption.

Labor Volunteer Recognition Event: Please join the Minnesota AFL-CIO for a Labor Volunteer Recognition Event at Windows on the River, Crowne Plaza Saint Paul Riverfront Hotel on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. to recognize and celebrate the hard work and contributions made to the Labor 2014 program in support of Minnesota AFL-CIO-endorsed candidates for state and federal office.

All full‐time and regular part‐time meat department employees, including, Meat Manager, Head Meat Cutter, Journeyman, Apprentice, and Wrappers employed by the Employer at its Roseau, Minnesota facility are eligible to vote in an election to become a Union workplace. A secret-ballot election under the National Labor Relations Board's Rules and Regulations shall be held under the supervision of the NLRB Regional Director on the date and at the hours and places specified below.

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