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What is District Council 9?

For over a hundred years, District Council 9 has provided the highest quality, innovative workmanship combined with cutting edge technology and technique. Our entire workforce undergoes continuing education programs to ensure that our skills match the latest design models.

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DC9 Main Office
45 West 14th Street
Phone: 212-255-2950
Fax 212-255-1151

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District Council 9 is committed to executing the highest quality, innovative workmanship combined with cutting edge technology and technique. We also value service to our community, leadership that is accessible to our members, as well as safety and training for our members.

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percent women and minorities in our apprenticeship programs.

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families provided with a pathway to the middle class.

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apprenticeship programs offered - one for each of our trades.

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**Scholarship Available to LU 1974 Members/Dependents**
**Scholarship Available to LU 1974 Members/Dependents**

The Association of Wall-Ceiling & Carpentry Industries of New York would like to announce that the 2019-2020 Scholarship Program is now accepting [...]