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Local 78

LIUNA Local 78 represents asbestos, lead and hazardous waste handlers in New York City, Long Island and New Jersey. The Local’s 4,000 members are the hard-working employees for nearly 200 signatory environmental contractors, performing 90% of all asbestos removal in the area.

Executive Board

Edison Severino, Business Manager  

Pawel Gruchacz, Secretary-Treasurer

Kazmimierz Prosniewski, President

Stanislaw Kosiec, Vice President

Jorge Roldan, Recording Secretary

Alberto Torres, Executive Board

Maria C. Hernandez, Executive Board

 


Local 78 News Room


LIUNA Backs Joe Cryan for State Senate

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2017-01-12

LIUNA Backs Joe Cryan for State Senate

The Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA), the 25,000-member political powerhouse in New Jersey has announced its support for Joe Cryan
for State Senate in...

Pocino: “Lt. Governor Guadagno trusts politicians more than the public”

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2016-11-01

MONROE TWP., NEW JERSEY – “I can’t figure out if Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno’s call to vote no on public question # 2 is an act of political opportunism and dishonesty or simply a dereliction of duty. Either way, it is wrong. Public Question...

LIUNA Backs Phil Murphy for Governor

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2016-10-11

The Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA), the 25,000-member political powerhouse in New Jersey has announced its support for Phil Murphy for governor. To follow is a statement from LIUNA Vice President...

Raymond M. Pocino Statement on TTF Agreement

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2016-09-30

New Jersey is a transportation state. Our economy and quality of life depends on a safe and efficient transportation system, something our residents and businesses need and deserve, something that needed to get done. 

I am grateful an agreement...

LIUNA members take their call for a TTF fix directly to Sweeney, Kean

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2016-07-06

Statement from Raymond M. Pocino: "We are here today to ask for help"

“Dozens of LIUNA members have converged on the district offices of State Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senate Minority Leader Thomas Kean, Jr.  LIUNA’s...