Local 21 Endorsements for June 7 Primary Election
Below you will find the official endorsement recommendations of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 21. The endorsement process is democratic, nonpartisan and member-...
PACE Reaches Tentative Agreement
After more than six months of negotiations, the PACE Bargaining Team and the Alameda County Social Services Agency reached a Tentative Agreement for a new Memorandum Of...
Local 21 and SF's Public Employee Committee (PEC) Take Aim at Limiting Sutter Medical
Local 21, along with other San Francisco city employee unions is launching a multi-union campaign to stop Sutter Health Plus (HMO) from becoming a new health insurance option...
San Jose Measure B Settlement Agreement
Watch the video for a detailed look at the Tentative Agreement by Local 21 Attorney Chris Platten.
Oakland City Council Opening Extra Seating For Meetings On Judge’s Orders
The City of Oakland ordered the balconies in the City Hall chamber reopened for the public to access, just in time to allow maximum public participation in the final budget...
Member-Driven Parks Program Sparks Bay Area Public Space Renovation
San Francisco’s Pavement to Parks Program was initiated in 2010 with a number of experimental projects that demonstrated new ways of creating public space in our...
Forced Out- A San Francisco for Everyone?
Local 21 members working for the City of San Francisco made the difficult choice during the Great Recession to help the City they work for and love. They agreed to wage cuts...
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Local 21 Endorsements for June 7 Primary Election

03/28/2016

In addition to the California Presidential Primary, there are many local reasons to go to the polls and vote. Who is elected to public office and which ballot measures win or lose has a direct impact on our jobs and our ability to provide the public with the top-quality services they need.

Local 21 and SF's Public Employee Committee (PEC) Take Aim at Limiting Sutter Medical

03/15/2016

Local 21, along with other San Francisco city employee unions is launching a multi-union campaign to stop Sutter Health Plus (HMO) from becoming a new health insurance option for SF City employees, due to Sutter’s lack of transparency, price-gouging, and anti-competitive behavior. Sutter Medical hopes to increase its business with the City of San Francisco by offering their new HMO plan in competition with Kaiser. On the surface, you’d think more competition is good, but not in this case, and Local 21 will be asking the Health Service Board (HSS) to turn them down.

Local 21 Members Approve San Jose Pension Measure B Settlement TA

12/22/2015

After years of battling and hard work, Local 21 is pleased to announce that our City of San Jose members overwhelmingly voted to ratify a framework to settle litigation over the contentious, illegal Measure B. The City Council approved the framework last week.