Last April, the City and Unions broke new ground when they launched a citywide labor-management committee, charged with recommending improvements to current city practices of outsourcing work through Personal Services Contracts (PSCs) and Job Order Contracts (JOCs)/ Construction Maintenance Agreements.
Local 21 members’ activism played a direct role in San Francisco voters overwhelmingly approving Proposition C, the labor-backed retirement measure, by 69%. Prop. C, also known as the “consensus measure,” saves $1.3 billion for the City over the next decade, and will strengthen our pension plan, minimize layoffs, and protect services.
With the San Francisco election less than two weeks away, Local 21 is bumping up our work to pass Proposition C for fair retirement changes and to Defeat Proposition D, the retirement rip-off.
San Francisco’s Proposition C was put on the ballot by labor, city leaders, and other stakeholders, and will save at least $1.3 billion for the City over the next decade, strengthen our pension plan, minimize layoffs, and protect services by making smart, sustainable changes to the contribution structure of the San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System. Prop.
Election Day is just around the corner, and many voters will be receiving their vote-by-mail ballots soon. Local 21 is sending each member with a San Francisco or Oakland mailing address on file a palm card listing our Union's endorsements which you can take to the polls with you, or use to fill out your vote-by-mail ballot at home. See a complete list of Local 21 endorsements, or watch out for your palm card in the mail!
San Francisco leaders Mary Marzotto (Vice President for San Francisco), Larry Griffin (SF Political Action Committee Co-Chair), and Jo Elias-Jackson (IT chapter and SF PAC member) recently participated in a Leadership Institute organized by the San Francisco Labor Council.