Victor Gordo

Attorney/Secretary-Treasurer, Laborers' International Union of North America, Local 777

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Attorney and Secretary-Treasurer for Laborers' International Union of North America, Local 777, and member of the Coalition of LA City Unions; Councilman in the City of Pasadena

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In July, at Mayor Villaraigosa's urging, the City of LA agreed on an  early retirement plan  to avoid furloughs and massive layoffs of so-called "civilian employees."  Now, financial…

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In July, at Mayor Villaraigosa's urging, the City of LA agreed on an early retirement plan to avoid furloughs and massive layoffs of so-called "civilian employees."  Now, financial…

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