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    • “Kansas City is growing and the GO Bonds will allow us to upgrade and repair our aging infrastructure. Because interest rates are low and because we have the opportunity to leverage some federal grant money for some of our infrastructure needs, the time is right to borrow the money we need to take care of many of these infrastructure needs. This investment in our future will pay off with new sidewalks, streets, bridges, flood control, and all of the jobs these projects will generate. Job creation is organized labor’s best defense against the attacks we are seeing out of Jefferson City and D.C.“

      The Greater Kansas City AFL-CIO is proud to be listed amongst the list of Endorsements.  For more information please visit the KC GO BONDS website by clicking here.


      Honoring: Chere Chaney

      Friday, April 21, 2017
      11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
      Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa
      777 NW Argosy Parkway
      Riverside, MO 64150

      Tickets $30.00 per person or $300.00 per table of 10

      Reservations must be received by April 1, 2017.  Please make checks payable to: Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans and mail to: Attention: Becky Capper, 1021 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 64105.  If you have questions, please contact Herb Johnson at 573.291.2301.  Download Event Flier here.


      There has been interest shown to hold another Notary Class.  If we get enough people signed up, we will be holding our next class on Tuesday, March 28th, 5:00 PM at the IAFF Local 42 Hall, 6320 Manchester Ave, KCMO.  There is an $80.00 fee for the class. 

      If you are interested in attending this class please contact Becky Capper at your earliest convenience if you would like to attend at the office 816.221.6163 or via E-mail:


      1. If you are a resident and a registered voter in Missouri, this class is tailored to you.  If you reside in Kansas, but work in Missouri, you can become a Notary Public but can use the commission only in your Missouri employment.  That is the primary reason why the effort is addressed to Missouri residents.

      2.The fee for the class is $80.  This includes a $25 registration fee to the Missouri Secretary of State, a $40.00 fee for the Notary Bond, and a $15 cost to purchase a Notary Stamp.  The KCAFL-CIO will provide you with a bound, Notary Public book at no charge, along with all materials necessary for the course.  This is the least expensive method we believe can get you commissioned as a notary public.

      3. Anyone can apply on-line instead if you choose, through the Missouri Secretary of State.. The link is

      4. The process is menu driven and you must register and take the test on-line.  You will need to secure a bond, stamp and permanent Notary Public book separately.  There are several entities which can compete for your business.

      5. The only way you can register is by contacting Becky Capper.

      Download Prevailing Wage Toolkit here.  Watch Danny's video here.

      What's New at AFL-CIO

      We invite you to take advantage of this 15% Discount of Missouri AFL-CIO Members.

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