Local 375 Constitution

A Local 375 Constitution Committee is proposing several amendments to the Local 375 Constitution. These amendments will eliminate conflicting provisions, modify unenforceable provisions and streamline the governance of Local 375. These amendments will move Local 375 forward with an updated constitution that makes our union more fair, transparent and responsive to the membership.

The first reading of the amendments will be at DC 37; 125 Barclay St. on Wednesday, June 27, 2018, at both 9 am and 5 pm. The second reading will also be at DC 37 on July 2, 2018, also at both 9 am and 5 pm. The morning meetings are specifically scheduled to accommodate 2nd shift members.

Voting on the amended constitution will be July 9-11, 2018 at DC 37 and several Local 375 work sites. When the complete list of voting sites and times are confirmed, a notice will be mailed to all members with that information and posted here on the Local 375 website.

Click here for a summary of the amendments

Elected Delegates for AFSCME 43rd International Convention

Ballots were counted for delegates to the AFSCME's 43rd International Convention on June 18, 2018. The delegates elected to represent your interests are: Michael Troman, Mitchell Feder, Liz Eastman, Harry Donas, Stacey Moriates, Elaine Garcia, Rebecca Freed, Mike Kenny, Migdalia Acevedo and Jennifer Rodriguez. Congratulations to the elected delegates. Thank you to the other 22 candidates that participated in the election and the 905 members that cast votes.

Education & Experience Exam Prep for APM

An education and experience test is one where instead of taking a multiple choice exam, you are graded based on the education and experience you list on the application during the filing period. Please click here for more information.

Message from the Administration

Dear members,

In the next few weeks you will be able to actively participate in the future of Local 375. AFSCME’s 43rd International Convention will be held July 16-20, 2018 in Boston, MA. Local 375 will be sending ten (10) delegates to participate. Nominations for those delegates will take place on Thursday, May 17th at 6 pm in Room #1 at DC 37. If there are more nominees that positions, AAA will administer a mail ballot election to determine the delegates. Please take this opportunity to help determine who will best represent your interests at the convention.

Any member with a damaged or missing ballot should contact AAA directly by calling there Duplicate Hotline 1800-529-5218 Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Additionally, a committee of seven chapter presidents has been working with the Administratorship to amend the Local 375 Constitution. The primary purposes of these amendments are to revise or remove conflicting provisions in the current constitution, revise or remove unenforceable provisions in the current constitution and to streamline governance.

The adoption process will be as follows. All meetings will be held at DC 37; 125 Barclay St., New York City. The daytime meetings are scheduled specifically to accommodate 2nd and/or 3rd shift members.

These meetings will introduce the amendments and allow questions and discussion. Copies of the amendments will be available.

Please Attend DC 37 Town Halls Scheduled for May

The union is under attack. Our collective future is at stake.
As the nation waits for the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Janus v. AFSCME District Council 31, DC 37 and you — the members — have many questions about the future of your union after the ruling by the court, which could go against us. Read more...

Local 375 – A member driven organization – Democracy, Power, Transparency

The delegates to international conventions have called on every local, council and affiliated union to examine their structure and process to ensure that they are working in the most efficient and modern way. Because of that examination, Local 375 is undergoing a restructuring at the request of the membership. Several chapter executive boards have petitioned the international union to request a new autonomous local union be chartered to best represent their membership and build power at the workplace and at the bargaining table. This request has been echoed and reaffirmed by these chapter memberships through hundreds of cards being signed by its members across their chapters and by participation and voting at their chapter meetings. In the end, these members want a union that best represents their collective interests.

 While some chapters of local 375 have elected to petition for an autonomous union, others have elected to remain within local 375. All of these wishes are being met. Based on overwhelming membership requests, five new local unions have been chartered and are expected to be free-standing, autonomous locals by the end of April 2018, remaining affiliated with AFSCME District Council 37.

Local 375 continues to exist. Those chapters remaining will form the new Local 375. The Administratorship will continue to work with local 375 members to build a powerful union in the workplace and at the bargaining table.


The scholarship is open to high school seniors whose parent or legal guardian is an active member of the Civil Service Technical Guild, Local 375. To be eligible, the student must be graduating from high school in June of 2018 and planning to enter college or university in the fall. Please click here to Download the application or Contact the Guild office at: 212-815-1375.

Applications must be postmarked by: MAY 4th, 2018.

Local 375 WOC Celebrating Women's History Month

Local 375 WOC Celebrating Women's History Month on Mondaly, March 26, 2018 @ 6 PM. (Please click here for flyer)

Members participated at Working People’s Day of Action in NYC

Civil Service Technical Guild - Local 375, DC 37, AFSCME, AFL-CIO members joined thousands to support unions at the Working People’s Day of Action in NYC on Saturday, February 24, 2018. (please click here for photos)

DC 37 WC: First Annual 'Women's Forum'

In celebration of International Women's Day, the DC 37 Women's Committee (WC) presents its First Annual "Women's Forum." (Please click here for flyer)

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