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AFSCME Local 1092 Home

Welcome Local 1092 Members

Welcome to the new local 1092 site where you will find news and information about your union local as well as meeting minutes, upcoming events, meeting times and locations and important communications from your Union leadership.

AFSCME: 75 Years of History

The history of AFSCME began in 1932, as the country suffered through a severe economic depression, when a small group of white-collar professional state employees met in Madison, Wisconsin, and formed what would later become Wisconsin State Employees Union/Council 24. The reason for the group’s creation was simple: to promote, defend and enhance the civil service system. They also were determined to help spread the civil service system across the country. Read More »

 

Recent Updates to Site

2/11/17-Call for Union Activists to Lobby at the capital posted oin teh 1092 News page

2/6/17- See "From VP Louis Kneisel" section below for info about this months meeting and Friday February 10th Meeting at the Cloquet Labor Temple to vote on Master Contract Proposals.

2/1/17- 2017 Council 5 Scholarships posted on the 1092 News page.

1/21/17-Registration is live for Day on the Hill.  Here is the link to register online. 

http://afscmemn.org/dothreg 

1/21/17- Information on AFSCME, Union Plus and MN AFL CIO Scholarshiops posted on the 1092 News Page Information posted on Calendar of Events page concering Pension commission meeting being held beginning 1/31/17. Please attend if you can, our pensions depend on it.

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7/26/160 See the 1092 News page for information about Free College for AFSCME Members, Retirees and their families.

 

 

From President Justin Wright

Here are the results from the Delegate/Alternate Election last night. We plan on sending both Delegates and Alternates to the Assembly on January 27th. If a Delegate can not attend then an Alternate will take their place as a Delegate. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are listed and plan to attend. We will discuss the details more in depth at the General Membership meeting in Moose Lake on Dec. 14th at 5:30 pm. Thank you!

Unit 2

Jason Montgomery-Delegate
Dan Ring-Alternate

Unit 3

Louis Kneisel-Delegate
Kris Ludvigsen- Alternate

Unit 4
Deb Marotz Hansen- Delegate
Heather Schultz-Delegate
Cameo Torok-Delegate
Justin Wright- Delegate
Jason Anderson-Delegate
Christina St Germaine-Delegate
Jessica Langhorst-Delegate
Cindy Myhre Cherro- Delegate
Dawn-Jean McRae Poskie- Alternate
Nolan Peterson- Alternate
Cindy Martin-Alternate
Erik Aili-Alternate
Jenny Collelo-Alternate
Jason Defibaugh-Alternate
Tom Cherro- Alternate
Ronald W Oswald-Alternate

Unit 6

Jennifer Montgomery-Delegate
Amanda Thayer Reichel- Alternate

 

 

 

From Vice President Louis Kneisel

 

General membership meeting in Virginia this week. (2/8/17)

Dan will be at the Moose Lake office and Chris St. Germain has reserved a room at the office in Duluth for those who wish to attend the meeting  via phone.

 

On Friday at 4:30 everyone is invited to join us to go through and vote on contract proposals at Labor Temple in Cloquet. (1403 Avenue C Ste 1, Cloquet, MN 55720)

 

From National AFSCME

From Council 5

Misc. Section .

AFSCME Day on the Hill: Tuesday, April 5

12:00 Rally at RiverCentre, 2:00 Lobby Legislators

Members of AFSCME Council 5 – one of Minnesota’s largest and most politically active unions – will visit with state legislators Tuesday to help shape a budget that will secure an even brighter future for hardworking Minnesotans.

Nearly 1,000 union members will rally April 5 at 12 noon in the Grand Ballroom at RiverCentre (175 West Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul) and meet with their state legislators that afternoon to share their legislative priorities:

  • Reinvest in public services to support Minnesota’s quality of life
  • Protect retirement security and defined-benefit pensions
  • Staff up for safety at state-run mental health facilities
  • Oppose leasing the private prison in Appleton
  • Move Minnesota forward with new revenue for roads, bridges and transit options
  • Help working families afford child care and higher education

Speakers at the rally:

  • Eliot Seide, executive director, AFSCME Council 5 – One Minnesota!
  • Koami DaCruz, library worker, City of St. Paul – reinvesting in public services
  • Jessica Langhorst, security counselor, Moose Lake – protecting retirement security
  • Jackie Spanjers, nurse, Anoka Regional Treatment Center – staffing up for safe workplaces
  • Rick Neyssen, corrections sergeant, St. Cloud – banning private prisons
  • Eric Halvorson, bridge inspector, DOT Morris – moving forward on transportation
  • Christy Main, youth employment counselor, Washington County – helping working families afford child care and high education

AFSCME Council 5 is a union of 43,000 workers who advocate for excellence in services for the public, dignity in the workplace, and opportunity and prosperity for all working families.

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