A new report from the Labor Center at the University of California, Berkeley, found that a third of production workers — non-managers working on factory floors and in related occupations — earn so little that their families receive some form of public assistance such as food stamps or the Earned Income Tax Credit. Many of […]
Measure 26-173 authorizes a temporary, ten cent gas tax for the purposes of funding road maintenance. This is needed because the money that the state and federal governments give to the city for streets hasn’t kept up with our need, leading to a back log of maintenance on our City streets. The federal gas tax […]
Starting at the April 26th General Membership Meeting there will be two drawings for $50. You must be present to win. AFSCME 189 officers are not eligible so the odds are better for anyone else who attends.