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    Grey Martin is a Groundkeeper V at Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health and a proud AFSCME Local 4041 member. Listen as he speaks about why it's important to be a union member.
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    Grey Martin is a Groundskeeper V at Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health and a proud AFSCME Local 4041 member. Listen as he speaks about why it's important to be a union member.
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    *Measure CC in the City of Covina is 3/4 cent sales tax to raise revenue for City services to residents. Volunteers are asked to help educate the community starting 9:30am on Saturday at Covina City Hall.*
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    *Measure CC in the City of Covina is 3/4 cent sales tax to raise revenue for City services to residents. Volunteers are asked to help educate the community,.*
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    In addition, there will be canvassing of homes in the City of Ontario Saturday and Sunday to support three pro-labor City Council candidates. Please RSVP to [email protected] if you can volunteer to help get out the vote in either jurisdiction!
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    UPDATE! Ontario / Covina events will be every Saturday leading up to November 6th
     
    UPDATE! Ontario / Covina events will be every Saturday leading up to November 6th
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    LA Superior Court employees represented by AFSCME and SEIU joined forces to rally for a fair contract on October 18. Demanding justice for themselves, as well as for the broader public, they have been fighting to restore state funding to the courts for years. 

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    AFSCME members employed in a variety of professional and supervisory jobs for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts overwhelmingly agree that they should keep fighting for a fair and equitable contract, more than a year after negotiations began. Such were the results of a survey circulated to several hundred rank and file members of the LACSD units recently, asking if they would support accepting a management proposal that falls well short of expectations.  The results show fully 75% of the members say their union should reject that proposal, which denies them their vested pension rights; an additional 70% say they would support taking a strike authorization vote.  The union will continue to reach out to management to propose solutions in their ongoing commitment to winning a fair and equitable contract, according to Steve Koffroth, Field Director for AFSCME District Council 36.  Still, equipped with such unambiguous results, the union bargainng team will be sending a strong message to their employer that they will not back down from what they deserve.  More than 80 percent of the total membership voted in the survey.
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    AFSCME members employed in a variety of professional and supervisory jobs for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts overwhelmingly agree that they should keep fighting for a fair and equitable contract, more than a year after negotiations began.Such were the results of a survey circulated to several hundred rank and file members of the LACSD units recently, asking if they would support accepting a management proposal that falls well short of expectations.  The results show fully 75% of the members say their union should reject that proposal, which denies them their vested pension rights; an additional 70% say they would support taking a strike authorization vote.  The union will continue to reach out to management to propose solutions in their ongoing commitment to winning a fair and equitable contract, according to Steve Koffroth, Field Director for AFSCME District Council 36.  Still, equipped with such unambiguous results, the union bargainng team will be sending a strong message to their employer that they will not back down from what they deserve.  More than 80 percent of the total membership voted in the survey.
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    AFSCME members employed in a variety of professional and supervisory jobs for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts overwhelmingly agree that they should keep fighting for a fair and equitable contract, more than a year after negotiations began.Such were the results of a survey circulated to several hundred rank and file members of the LACSD units recently, asking if they would support accepting a management proposal that falls well short of expectations.The results show fully 75% of the members say their union should reject that proposal, which denies them their vested pension rights; an additional 70% say they would support taking a strike authorization vote.The union will continue to reach out to management to propose solutions in their ongoing commitment to winning a fair and equitable contract, according to Steve Koffroth, Field Director for AFSCME District Council 36. Still, equipped with such unambiguous results, the union bargainng team will be sending a strong message to their employer that they will not back down from what they deserve.  More than 80 percent of the total membership voted in the survey.
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    AFSCME members employed in a variety of professional and supervisory jobs for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts overwhelmingly agree that they should keep fighting for a fair and equitable contract, more than a year after negotiations began. Such were the results of a survey circulated to several hundred rank and file members of the LACSD units recently, asking if they would support accepting a management proposal that falls well short of expectations.  The results show fully 75% of the members say their union should reject that proposal, which denies them their vested pension rights; an additional 70% say they would support taking a strike authorization vote.  The union will continue to reach out to management to propose solutions in their ongoing commitment to winning a fair and equitable contract, according to Steve Koffroth, Field Director for AFSCME District Council 36.  Still, equipped with such unambiguous results, the union bargainng team will be sending a strong message to their employer that they will not back down from what they deserve.  ...
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    *IN NEED OF SHARED LEAVE: Nicole Gorman (Clark), *a social services specialist 3 with Department of Children and families (DCYF) in Vancouver and a member of Local 313 is requesting donations of shared leave to help cover the times she is unable to work during her maternity leave. To help with a donation of eligible unused annual leave or sick leave or all or part of your personal holiday, please contact Wendy Chan (360) 993-7858 or your own Human Resources.
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    *IN NEED OF SHARED LEAVE: Nicole Gorman (Clark), *a social services specialist 3 with Department of Children and families (DCYF) in Vancouver and a member of Local 313 is requesting donations of shared leave to help cover the times she is unable to work during her maternity leave. To help with a donation of eligible unused annual leave or sick leave or all or part of your personal holiday, please contact Wendy Chan (360) 993-7858 or your own Human Resources.
     
    *IN NEED OF SHARED LEAVE: Hazel Podplesky,* a nursing assistant with Department of Veteran’s Affairs at the Spokane Veteran’s Home Tumwater, and a member of Local 1221, is requesting donations of shared leave while she is recovering from foot surgery.  To help with a donation of eligible unused annual leave or sick leave or all or part of your personal holiday, please contact Laurie Walker (509) 344-5777 or your own Human Resources.
     
    *IN NEED OF SHARED LEAVE: Hazel Podplesky,* a nursing assistant with Department of Veteran’s Affairs at the Spokane Veteran’s Home Tumwater, and a member of Local 1221, is requesting donations of shared leave while she is recovering from foot surgery.  To help with a donation of eligible unused annual leave or sick leave or all or part of your personal holiday, please contact Laurie Walker (509) 344-5777 or your own Human Resources.
     
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