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    Local 375 President, Michael Troman

    Local 375 President Michael Troman

    Dear Members,

    The over 5,500.00 men and women of the Civil Service Technical Guild Local375 are horrified and are in deep sorrow with the murder of George Floyd. Evil exists and comes in many shapes and forms taking every opportunity to destroy to all that is good and decent. Together, we will destroy evil. Together, we will continue to support and lift up all the good souls so that we can advance in life for ourselves, our families, community, and country.

    During the course of time, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the millions of victims of evil and hate. Like George Floyd, we must all stand together and live by Dr. King’s words: “LIFE’S MOST PERSISTENT AND URGENT QUESTION IS, WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR OTHERS”. The very concept of unions is bringing together, helping, advancing, and supporting all people utilizing their individual talents for justice, peace, and prosperity. For the sake of humanity, we must not fail. By every measure, George had the heart and soul and was Union. George’s life has United us all in our mutual quest to end hate.

    For those who are destroying our communities thereby discrediting the good name of George Floyd, Dr. King a man of God reminds us that “DARKNESS CANNOT DRIVE OUT DARKNESS, ONLY LIGHT CAN DO THAT. HATE CANNOT DRIVE OUT HATE, ONLY LOVE CAN DO THAT.”

    Our loss is great and the pain runs deep for George Floyd’s murder could have been you, me, anyone of us who are subjects of prejudice. George was only 46, a family man with beautiful children. To provide for his family he moved to Minneapolis for work having lost his job due to the coronavirus. He had worked as a Security Guard at a night club to serve and protect. Sadly, it was individuals who masked themselves as peace officers whose duty was to serve and protect who took George’s life.

    During the course of time, millions who believe in a better life and who believe in you have paid the ultimate price. As the members of our Union, your struggles, pain, sorrow, and the quest for justice and peace within our communities will continue until prejudice is no more. When will it stop? How many other men, women...

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    ELITE Level I, Part I - "Basic Steward Training" - Albuquerque
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    *Read the Charles County Labor Peace Agreement [1]*
     
    *Read the Charles County Labor Peace Agreement [1]*
     
    ***How much are dues? When will they be taken out?
     
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    *Dues are $18.87 bi-weekly for full-time workers and $13.99 for part-time workers. No dues are paid until you and your coworkers vote yes on the contract you negotiate with the County and it goes into effect! Dues are automatically deducted from pay for union members.
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    *Dues are $18.87 bi-weekly for full-time workers and $13.99 bi-weekly for part-time workers. No dues are paid until you and your coworkers vote yes on the contract you negotiate with the County and it goes into effect! Dues are automatically deducted from pay for union members.
     
    *There are many things I like about where I work, will those be taken away if we organize our union?
     
    *There are many things I like about where I work, will those be taken away if we organize our union?
     
    *With AFSCME you are the union. You and your coworkers will negotiate with management over work rules and policies. Employees want to solve problems with management. If employees are happy with certain benefits, then they will not negotiate to change them.
     
    *With AFSCME you are the union. You and your coworkers will negotiate with management over work rules and policies. Employees want to solve problems with management. If employees are happy with certain benefits, then they will not negotiate to change them.
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    The 2020 AFSCME Convention has moved from Los Angeles, CA, to a virtual online convention. The dates are set for Thursday, August 13th and Friday, August 14th. The convention will begin each day at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. 
     
    The 2020 AFSCME Convention has moved from Los Angeles, CA, to a virtual online convention. The dates are set for Thursday, August 13th and Friday, August 14th. The convention will begin each day at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. 
     
    More information on how to log in [1] to the virtual convention to come....
     
    More information on how to log in [1] to the virtual convention to come....
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    We will be asking for delegates to attend the Virtual International Conference in August at our Monday, June 15th, meeting. Check your personal email for a Zoom meeting invitation to our Monday meeting. 
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    We will be asking for delegates to attend the Virtual International Conference in August at our Monday, June 15th, meeting. Check your personal email for a Zoom invitation to our Monday meeting. 
     
     
     
    [1] https://www.afscme65.org/council-65-we-make-minnesota-better/calendar-events/afscme-international-convention-virtual-online#
     
    [1] https://www.afscme65.org/council-65-we-make-minnesota-better/calendar-events/afscme-international-convention-virtual-online#
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    The 2020 AFSCME Convention has moved from Los Angeles, CA, to a virtual online convention. The dates are set for Thursday, August 13th and Friday, August 14th. The convention will begin each day at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

    More information on how to log in to the virtual convention to come....

    We will be asking for delegates to attend the Virtual International Conference in August at our Monday, June 15th, meeting. Check your personal email for a Zoom invitation to our Monday meeting. 

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    File: March 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
     
    File: March 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
     
    File: April 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
     
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    File: May 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
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    Join AFSCME 2234 on Monday, June 15th, for our meeting via ZOOM. We will be asking for delegates to attend the Virtual International Conference in August. A link will be sent to your personal email for this meeting. Please plan to attend.

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