Creating Stronger Voices

District Council 82 brings together members in local unions to create a stronger voice for workers in the finishing trades. Our council is made up of nine local unions covering western Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect not only their rights, but the rights of all working people.

Building A Stronger Future

Locals 61 & 386

Local 61 & 386 are mixed locals which include residential, commercial, and industrial painters and drywall finishers. Local 386 meets on the third Monday and Local 61 meets on the third Tuesday of the month at the District Council office in Little Canada. Members of both locals work primarily in the Minneapolis/St. Paul areas.

Local 106

Local 106 is a mixed local which includes residential, commercial, and industrial painters, drywall finishers, and glaziers. Local 106 meets on the second Wednesday of the month at the Duluth Labor Temple. Local 106 members work primarily in Duluth, on the Iron Range, and throughout the northland.

Local 681

Local 681 is a mixed local which includes residential, commercial, and industrial painters and drywall finishers. Local 681 meets on the third Wednesday of the month at the Rochester office. Members of Local 61 work primarily in Rochester and Southern Minnesota.

Local 880

Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect their rights.

Local 1324

Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect their rights.

Local 1922

Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect their rights.

Local 1962

Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect their rights.

Local 2002

Local unions hold regular monthly meetings where they conduct the business of the local, discuss issues in the industry, and learn what initiatives their district council is working on to protect their rights.