|AFSCME Council 18|
The 44 Year Tradition
Local 624: Standing Up For ABQ's Working Class
This August, AFSCME Local 624 Celebrates 44 Years of Justice, 44 Years of Balancing the POWER between management and frontline workers, 44 Years of building a CONTRACT that protects the dignity of a career with the City of Albuquerque.
It's a tradition under attack, and we need every AFSCME Sister and Brother to TAKE ACTION!
If you cannot make it to next the ABQ City Council Meeting 8/18,
The stakes could not be higher as the Berry Administration continues to wage all-out war on the rights' of union workers, and the rights' of working class Albuquerque.
It's a distraction.
The attack on Labor is not saving taxpayers a penny. Rather, it has cost tax payers millions, as Berry uses City lawyers to fight no-win situation arbitrations, hires for-profit union busting consultants, and continues to outsource good paying city jobs to the lowest bidders.
Attend the City Council Meeting on August 18th, 4:30 pm. Demonstrate to City Council that our contract matters, our workplace rights matter.
After 4 years of ZERO raises and ZERO respect, the Berry Administration should cease wasting tax payer money on their attacks against labor. Settle the contract, call off the lawyers, and let's get back to the task of healing our city.
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