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AFSCME Local 3001 Chapter 3398P Reaches Tentative Agreement
AFSCME Local 3001 Chapter 3398P
Reaches Tentative Agreement

"The new tentative agreement represents a giant step forward from previous offers
on workplace safety, time off and pay. Local 3001 members are an example of what working
people can accomplish when we stand together."

- Council Executive Director Andrew Washington

AFSCME Local 2911 Members and District Council 20 Staff
District Council 20 echoes the sentiments of AFSCME International President Lee Saunders

For Immediate Release Thursday, August 30, 2018 Contact: Marianne von Nordeck AFSCME Condemns President Trump’s Latest Attack on Public Service Workers WASHINGTON — AFSCME President…

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Local 2091 Representing AFSCME District Council 20 at DC Water Safety Day Program 2018

Local 2091 Representing AFSCME District Council 20 at DC Water Safety Day Program 2018

Washington, DC June 15, 2018On Friday, June 15, 2018 the District’s largest and most political and socially active union, the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees District Council 20 and DC Local 2091, Participated in DC Water’s Safety Day Program. Local 2091’s Vice-Chapter Chair Everett Duronslet said ” AFSCME is a perfect entity that shows in order to be safe on your job assignments, you need unity and teamwork, and I hope that by being here today, my fellow co-workers see that AFSCME is committed to fighting for a safe workplace for all.”

 

In the photo (left to right) : Titus Lawrence (Trustee), Shawn Epps (Chapter Chair), Everett Duronslet (Vice- Chapter Chair).

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