SCGMA Announces Open Sessions

It’s important to us that all of our members can stay connected and informed about those issues that affect them most.

Moving forward, the Southern California Glass Management Association will hold quarterly Open Sessions for all SCGMA members to join.

Tentative agendas for these Open Sessions may include:

  • Glazing Work Hours
  • Trust Fund Updates
    • Health and Welfare
    • Apprenticeship
    • 401k
    • SoCal Pension
    • LMCC
  • Legislative Updates
  • Other Updates
  • Q&A/Open Forum

Additional details are forthcoming.

Send questions and RSVP by emailing Deveney Pula at dpula@scgma.com.

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