Members join rally for Brockton plant, jobs
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Several hundred people, including union carpenters, members of the Building Trades and other union members braved the wind and rain last night to rally at Brockton City Hall in support of a proposal to build a natural gas plant in the city.

Brockton Clean Energy was being considered at a meeting of the Brockton City Council's Finance Committee. Construction of the project would create 300 union jobs for two years and provide necessary energy to the grid in Southeastern Massachusetts.

The event received coverage from the Brockton Enterprise in print and video form. See both at their site.

Members are encouraged to learn more about the project and contact elected officials in Brockton by visiting Brockton Clean