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Welcome to the Site of UFCW464A

Welcome to UFCW Local 464A! We at your Local Union are pleased to serve you through the many features of this site as well as our daily work at our offices in Little Falls, NJ and Tarrytown, NY.

On these web pages you will find updates on Negotiations together with a listing of the Personnel who work on your behalf. The Events page provides you with dates, times and locations of upcoming activities. Other pages provide you with answers to Frequently Asked Questions and copies of important Forms that you can print and send. See also our Organizing page for ways to aid other workers who can benefit from union membership. Browse through all of these pages. I am sure you will find valuable information to help you in your daily lives both on and off the job.

The membership of Local 464A is nearly 20,000 strong and growing in New Jersey, New York and a part of Pennsylvania. We represent men and women who work hard and display professionalism everyday at their jobs in all the major food chains. These chains include: A & P, Food Basics, Foodtown, Food Emporium, Grand Union, Gristede's, I.G.A., Key Foods, Kings, Pathmark, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop and Waldbaums. We also represent many other individuals in service related businesses. Our members enjoy excellent wages, outstanding pensions, and all-inclusive medical benefits.

I am proud to serve as President of Local 464A, an organization that truly strives to improve the lives of our members and their families. Our headquarters are located at 245 Paterson Avenue Little Falls, New Jersey 07424. Our New York office is at 520 White Plains Road, Suite 500, Room 5082 Tarrytown, NY 10597.

Contract Update from President John T. Niccollai - 5-25-2016

CONTRACT UPDATE FROM
PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI
5-25-2016

Contract Update:  ShopRite, Shop & Shop, Kings, Foodtown & Westchester Independents.

Fairway Bankruptcy Update from President John T. Niccollai

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI
MAY 4, 2016
FAIRWAY BANKRUPTCY UPDATE

Your Local Union has been gathering information concerning the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing on behalf of Fairway Supermarkets.  We wish to assure our Brothers and Sisters that our latest information indicates that the Company intends to continue normal retail operations without interruption.

Contract Update from President John T. Niccollai - 4-21-2016

Contract Update: ShopRite, Stop & Shop, King's, Foodtown, & Westchester Independents

Local 464A 2016 Scholarship Program

Do Not Miss This Great Opportunity

Pursuant to a program adopted by the Trustees of the Educational Benefit Fund, twenty (20) scholarship grants will be awarded to eligible members or their eligible dependents, including eligible dependents of part-time members.

Seventeen (17) of the twenty (20) scholarship winners will each receive $2,000.00 for the first year of College, and the three (3) top scholarship winners will receive $2,000.00 per year over a four-year period. To be eligible, a qualified member must be in continuous good standing for at least twelve months immediately preceding June 1, 2016.

Stop & Shop Bargaining Update In New England from President John T. Niccollai

STOP & SHOP BARGAINING UPDATE IN NEW ENGLAND
FROM PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI

Our Brothers and Sisters in New England are in the midst of renewing their Collective Bargaining Agreement with Stop & Shop, which has already expired.  The company is playing hardball and is seeking to cut entitlements, benefits, wages and premiums in certain situations relating to current and newly hired employees.

Contract Demands Meeting - 3/24/2016

Contract Demands Meeting for ShopRite, Stop & Shop, Kings, Foodtown, and all Independents scheduled for Thursday, March 24th, 2016.

See attached memo for details.

Stop & Shop Update - From President John T. Niccollai - 2/23/16

A MESSAGE TO ALL OUR STOP & SHOP MEMBERS & THEIR FAMILIES

RE: NEW ENGLAND NEGOTIATIONS

February 23, 2016

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As part of our great union family, we all have a responsibility to work together to improve and better the lives of all our members – regardless of what town we call home. Right now, more than 35,000 UFCW members in New England – represented by five Locals –are engaged in contract negotiations with the Stop & Shop Company. From the very beginning, these Locals have negotiated in good faith, and all we’ve asked of Stop & Shop is to do what is right by our members and their families.

The simple truth is that Stop & Shop is a success because of you and all our members who work there. It is because of your dedication and commitment to serving our customers and the communities we love, that Stop & Shop succeeds.

Instead of doing what is right, Stop & Shop presented contract proposals that were nothing short of a slap in the face to these men and women – people just like you.

A&P/PATHMARK UPDATE FROM PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI

We are pleased to report that in conjunction with our International Union, a UFCW Hardship Fund has been established to provide Grants up to $250.00 for displaced full-time and part-time A&P/Pathmark and Related Banner members.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF A&P/PATHMARK AND OTHER RELATED BANNERS REPRESENTED BY UFCW LOCAL 464A - 11/16/2015

The Bankruptcy Court has set November 30, 2015 as the deadline for which claims that occurred prior to July 19, 2015 may be filed.  Your Local Union will file, on behalf of all members, claims relating to paid time off and other issues arising under the Collective Bargaining Agreement.  It is extremely important that members understand that the Union cannot file personal claims not related to the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

A&P/Pathmark Update from President John T. Niccollai - 11/06/15

ACME and STOP & SHOP EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Today we received information about available job opportunities at STOP & SHOP and ACME.

We recommend you visit a store location and fill out an application in person.

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