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Michael Ruscigno

Representative

Committee for New Leadership

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Local 802

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Protest Decision 2006 ESD 54 - HOFFA 2006

www.ibtvote.org [cached]

Mike Ruscigno, a CNL representative, told our investigator that CNL did not pay TDU for publicizing CNL events in either forum.
Michael Ruscigno c/o Committee for New Leadership P.O. Box 3392 Bayonne, NJ 07002 unionstarship@msn.com


Ruscigno, 2000 EAD 44 | 2000-2001 Election Administrator Protest Decisions | Office of the Election Supervisor for the IBT

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IN RE: MICHAEL RUSCIGNO,
Michael Ruscigno, a member of Local 802, filed a pre-election protest pursuant to Article XIII, Section 2(b) of the Rules for the 2000-2001 IBT International Union Delegate and Officer Election ("Rules")against Ritter Sysco Foods ("RSF"). The protester alleges that on October 1, 2000, RSF improperly prevented Ruscigno and IBT member Mike Masterson from distributing campaign literature to IBT members in the parking lot at its facility on Theodore Conrad Drive in Jersey City, New Jersey. Ruscigno alleges that RSF's conduct violates Article VII, Section 11(e) of the Rules. Michael Ruscigno is a member of IBT Local 802, and Mike Masterson is a member of Local 641. At 6:00 p.m. on October 1, Ruscigno and Masterson arrived at RSF's Jersey City facility for the purpose of soliciting support for Tom Leedham's candidacy for IBT General President. RSF's night shift workers arrive for work at around 7:00 p.m. Ruscigno and Masterson intended to solicit support among the arriving night shift workers. Ruscigno and Masterson entered the gate to the RSF parking lot on October 1 in their car, which they parked in a visitor section of the lot. They explained that they were campaigning for an IBT candidate, and showed him a copy of a protest decision that Ruscigno had obtained against another employer. The guard said that he did not care about that and had been told to look out for IBT campaigners. Ruscigno said that they were not disrupting company operations, and the guard replied that they were because the company did not want anyone to know about this. The guard told them they had to leave. Ruscigno and Masterson refused. They also told Ruscigno and Masterson to leave, and said they had spoken to the company's vice president of operations, Rick Hutter, and had called the police. Ruscigno showed the police a copy of the protest decision. The police noted that it did not involve RSF and told them they would have to leave the property. Ruscigno and Masterson did so. Michael Ruscigno 42 B2 West 23rd Street Bayonne, New Jersey 07002 Ritter Sysco Foods


Grocerybag

www.tdu.org [cached]

Mike Ruscigno of Local 802 in New York points out that part of the problem is the standard in the industry of firing any driver with ten points on their license in a three-year period.The industry's problem will not be helped by the expected retirement of 35 to 40 percent of drivers in the next ten years.


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IN RE: MICHAEL RUSCIGNO,
Michael Ruscigno, a member of Local 802, filed a pre-election protest pursuant to Article XIII, Section 2(b) of the Rules for the 2000-2001 IBT International Union Delegate and Officer Election (" Rules") against Ritter Sysco Foods ("RSF"). The protester alleges that on October 1, 2000, RSF improperly prevented Ruscigno and IBT member Mike Masterson from distributing campaign literature to IBT members in the parking lot at its facility on Theodore Conrad Drive in Jersey City, New Jersey. Ruscigno alleges that RSF's conduct violates Article VII, Section 11(e) of the Rules. Michael Ruscigno is a member of IBT Local 802, and Mike Masterson is a member of Local 641. At 6:00 p.m. on October 1, Ruscigno and Masterson arrived at RSF's Jersey City facility for the purpose of soliciting support for Tom Leedham's candidacy for IBT General President. RSF's night shift workers arrive for work at around 7:00 p.m. Ruscigno and Masterson intended to solicit support among the arriving night shift workers. Ruscigno and Masterson entered the gate to the RSF parking lot on October 1 in their car, which they parked in a visitor section of the lot. They explained that they were campaigning for an IBT candidate, and showed him a copy of a protest decision that Ruscigno had obtained against another employer. The guard said that he did not care about that and had been told to look out for IBT campaigners. Ruscigno said that they were not disrupting company operations, and the guard replied that they were because the company did not want anyone to know about this. The guard told them they had to leave. Ruscigno and Masterson refused. They also told Ruscigno and Masterson to leave, and said they had spoken to the company's vice president of operations, Rick Hutter, and had called the police. Ruscigno showed the police a copy of the protest decision. The police noted that it did not involve RSF and told them they would have to leave the property. Ruscigno and Masterson did so. Michael Ruscigno 42 B2 West 23rd Street Bayonne, New Jersey 07002 Ritter Sysco Foods


Protest Decision 2000 EAD 17 - MICHAEL RUSCIGNO

www.ibtvote.org [cached]

IN RE: MICHAEL RUSCIGNO,
Michael Ruscigno, a member of Local 802, filed a pre-election protest pursuant to Article XIII, Section 2(b) of the Rules for the 2000-2001 IBT International Union Delegate and Officer Election (" Rules") against A.P.A. Trucking Company ("APA"). The protester alleges that on August 3, 2000, APA improperly prevented Ruscigno and Local 805 member Alexandra Pope from "gathering accreditation petition signatures on behalf of the Tom Leedham slate from Local 560 members in the [APA] employees (sic) parking lot on 88 th and Tonelle" Avenue in North Bergen, New Jersey. Ruscigno has been a full time business agent employed by Local 802 since 1996. Ruscigno has an automobile provided by the local, and is allowed use of the vehicle for personal business. Ruscigno decided to campaign on behalf of the Tom Leedham slate among employees of APA in North Bergen, New Jersey. Local 560 represents APA's employees. [1] Before Ruscigno went to APA, he asked an APA driver how to get access to the employee parking area. The Teamster driver told him to contact "Joe Wallen", "Sal Petandia", or "Bert Treboard" (spelling of each name unknown). On July 31, 2000, Ruscigno called Wallen and left his beeper number and a message with Wallen's secretary stating that he desired access to APA's employee parking lot for campaign purposes. Wallen did not respond before Ruscigno's visit to the facility on August 3, 2000. On that day, Ruscigno arrived at APA in his Local 802 vehicle at about 7:20 a.m. He normally starts work for Local 802 at approximately 9:00 am. On the morning in question, Ruscigno and Pope waited until a vehicle opened the key card gate, and walked on to the property behind the vehicle before the gate shut. [3] They proceeded to the area of the picnic tables adjacent to the cafeteria, and began asking passing employees to sign petitions for the Leedham slate. Ruscigno and Pope told Gutierrez that they were there with petitions for Leedham, and that they had "a right to be here. Ruscigno gave Gutierrez a copy of the 1995 "Advisory on Limited Right of Access to Employer Premises. Ruscigno asked Martin if he had read the Advisory, and said that the petitioners did not want to back up traffic at the truck gate. At this point, Ruscigno and Pope left APA property. At the fence, a worker told Ruscigno that there was another employee parking lot on 85th street, and that the petitioners were "missing half the people. Ruscigno went to that area, observed another controlled employee parking area, saw clerical employees (not in the Teamster bargaining unit) entering another employee entrance, and returned to 88th Street. Nor is there any evidence that Ruscigno's and Pope's presence in the APA employee parking lot interfered with or disrupted APA's operations in any way. Michael Ruscigno 42 B2 W. 23rd Street Bayonne, NJ 07002 [3] Ruscigno has leafleted outside the gate during the past year. About one year ago, he was removed from APA property by management while distributing the Teamsters for a Democratic Union publication Convoy Dispatch .


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