The San Francisco Accountants and Auditors chapter represents Accountants and Auditors employed by CCSF. Collectively, they are responsible for monitoring and managing the city’s fiscal resources, and generate much needed revenue for the City.
On Wednesday, December 9, at the start of their meeting, the San Francisco Retirement Board removed the controversial Down Payment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) from their agenda. DALP is a Mayor’s Office of Housing program.
Every candidate endorsed by Local 21 was successful in the November election.
Endorsed by L21, Mayor Ed Lee won re-election as did City Atty. Dennis Herrera, City Treas. José Cisneros and Dist. Atty. George Gascon. Additionally, longtime Local 21 ally Aaron Peskin won a hard-fought race to return to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
As project manager for the Open Workspace Pilot in the Capital Projects building for the City of San Francisco, Local 21 Secretary Eileen Housteau headed up the redesign at 1 S. Van Ness, 8th floor, which started last spring.
“SFMTA is experiencing a space crisis and my project is one of many potential solutions to maximize how we use our existing work spaces,” Eileen said.
Great news! We’ve just heard that DHR will re-open the online tuition reimbursement system for Local 21 pre-approval requests starting tomorrow, June 25, 2015. They’ve told us that there is approximately $6,000 remaining for FY 14-15 (and that if an employee is taking a course or exam that will be completed next fiscal year, July 1st or later, the employee should wait and submit a FY15/16 pre-approval request later this calendar year).
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 neighborhoods. The Program is coordinated by the San Francisco Planning Department in collaboration with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and San Francisco Public Works. IFPTE Local 21 members - urban planners, designers, landscape architects, project and traffic engineers – are involved every step of the way in the advancement and administration of the program, which has been replicated all over the county.
We have invited SFERS Executive Director Jay Huish to join us for an Informational Session to discuss their 2015 Asset Allocation Plan. It is scheduled for Monday, March 9 from noon-1pm at L21: 1182 Market St. #425,
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