|Local 127 We Make San Diego Happen|
The roads you took to work this morning. The clean and safe water that you brushed your teeth with. The bus that picked your kids up for school.
Our taxes make all of these public services — and so much more — possible. They make our communities possible. And we're proud to invest in our common good.
On May 22, 2012, members of our Local 127 took the first of many steps needed to increase member involvement, build commoradity as well as solidarity!!
Employees within the Park and Rec, Fleet mechanics, Sanitation, and other departments throughout the city, participated in a 2hr classroom training to discuss the importance of member involvement and activisim within Local 127 in preparation for the June 5th primaries.
Members of Local 127 are coming together to improve the communication structure within their Local by creating a Communication Network. The goal is to have a worksite contact at each work location, from fleet to parks and recs, and all sites in between, that will help facilitate the flow of information between the Local leadership and the general membership. Read more >>>
A Nationwide "We Are One: Day of Solidarity" will be marked in San Diego with a Candlelight Vigil to honor the April 4 anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's death. City of San Diego Sanitation Drivers have a special tie to the striking Memphis garbage workers for whom Dr. King gave his life 43 years ago.
Mayor Sanders finally dumped his scheme to privatize the Miramar Landfill.
Mayor Jerry Sanders gave hefty pay raises to two top bureaucrats while the lowest-paid workers suffer continuing pay cuts, concessions and a projected salary freeze for another five years.
Welcome to the “NEW” Official website of AFSCME Local 127. If you are a member of Local 127 then we hope you will come here often for updates on what is happening in your local union. You will also find information that is linked directly from both the Council 36 and AFSCME International websites.
The new website is up and running
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