02-20 February Meeting

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President's Message

As the new President of the PHCC of Long Island, I am determined to keep up the high standard of professionalism that my predecessors have instilled on this organization. We will continue to build awareness for the PHCC, as the more people know about us, the more we will grow.

One major way in which we will grow is by promoting, and building awareness of, the skilled trades. Ultimately, educators must help us in this effort by informing students of college alternatives and the great careers available in our industry. One of our Associate Members, Jerry Katz from Wallace Eannace, has done a great job in getting us involved with the Boy Scouts of America. Working with this fantastic organization has been the perfect platform to speak to young people and expose them to the opportunities that come from pursuing a career in the plumbing, heating and cooling industry. We hope that by exposing young people to the industry early on, it will spark an interest as they get older.


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National Grid Long-Term Natural Gas Capacity Report

National Grid has issued its Long-Term Natural Gas Capacity Report fulfilling a provision of the Company’s November 2019 agreement with New York State. In that agreement, National Grid committed to researching and publishing a report that offers potential long-term solution options to address downstate New York’s recognized natural gas constraint issues.

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Free Hunter Safety Course Presented by All Dry USA

All Dry USA is hosting a free Hunter Safety Course on Sunday, March 22nd in Bethpage.

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Feb 19, 2020

PHCC Members Visit the White House for PHCC-Exclusive Ceremony

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, PHCC members, state executives and staff were invited to the White House for an exclusive PHCC ceremony celebrating the association’s commitment to the Pledge to America’s Workers.

The Pledge to America’s Workers is a workforce development initiative spearheaded by the Trump administration to encourage America’s employers to commit to training the next generation of workforce professionals. To date, the Pledge has generated a commitment from the American private sector to train and employ more than 14 million people over the next five years. Click here to continue reading.

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