|Local 1466 - State Parks|
Local 1466 MeetingsMeeting dates have been added to the calendar. We're holding meetings along-side these agency conferences and trainings because we want to make it easy for our members to access their union board, and easy for the union board to hear from our members. Our meetings are open to all members-in-good-standing and you don't have to be an attendee at these agency events to attend the Local meeting.
Keeping our children safe is job #1. Your free child ID kit should help your peace of mind.
Earlier in the year, during a local meeting, a motion was made and carried, "to ask the Parks commission to allow a Local member be appointed as advisory to the Commission at all meetings which there is a quorum."
Negotiations concluded on September 24, 2012 on the Parks supplemental.
Results of the survey are in. Thanks to all who participated. Send your questions to email@example.com
The union and the agency have finalized the agreement over the January 2012 agency reorganization. The bargaining sessions took place over four days. Many thanks to Kurt Spiegel, Denis Felton, Don Hall, Jim Harms, Andy Kallinen and Brian Yearout for taking the time to negotiate this agreement. Please contact one of these members if you have any questions.
The union and the agency finalized the agreement over the January 2012 layoffs. The bargaining sessions took place over three days. Many thanks to Kurt Spiegel, Denis Felton, Don Hall, Jim Harms, Andy Kallinen and Brian Yearout for taking the time to negotiate this agreement.
This is a DRAFT organization chart that was presented to the union on January 11, 2012
The Union asked HR Director, Marocs Rodriguez, to explain the multiple layoff option process on paper. Please click on the link for his example scenerio.
This is the final Demand to Bargain (DTB) agreement after several months of bargaining on the layoff and reorganization Parks just implemented.
Job well done by your the team! Brian Yearout, Denis Felton, Nikki Fields, Rob Kirkwood and Kurt Spiegel.
Article 4.3 - Transfers
Several of our members have raised concerns with the lateral transfer language that was added in the 11-13 CBA. Your local executive board has decided to send out a survey to all members of the local to see how this language is working out. Information regarding the survey will be sent out in the December 2011 newsletter.
Due to the postponement of In-service, There will be no December Newsletter. The next newsletter will be published in February.
Please click on the link for the results of the survey that was conducted during the Local 1466 general membership meetings at Fort Worden.
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