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Tell City Hall: Essential Workers Deserve Fair Pay and a New Contract NOW!

Join the DC 37 rally for a new contract on Wednesday June 15 at 5 PM, Foley Square, lower Manhatt

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PLEASE JOIN OUR NEW CONTRACT NOW! RALLY at FOLEY SQUARE on JUNE 15, at 5 PM

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Dear Sisters and Brothers,

The Joseph E. Collins Memorial 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 2020 and planning to enter college or university in the fall. Applications must be postmarked by May 31st, 2020.

Dear Members,
The Local 375 Women's Committee is accepting members to participate in the development of various women's initiatives. The committee will be working on at least two proposals for the upcoming AFSCME convention. Those interested in becoming a part of the women's committee should e-mail the committee chair: Migdalia Acevedo at [email protected]

As the novel coronavirus emerges to threaten a global health crisis, DC 37 is protecting the workers who protect the health of New Yorkers at public hospitals and clinics and in emergencies.

“This is a public health concern, but while there have been seven patients suspected to be infected with Covid-19, or coronavirus, there are no confirmed cases in New York,” said DC 37 Safety and Health Director Deborah A. Williams. “But that can change.”

MELS, the DC 37 Municipal Employees Legal Services, held a tax workshop in January providing advice for members and retirees about significant changes in the tax law. These changes will impact those filing their 2019 tax returns, due on April 15.

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On the 91st anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth on January 15, we reflect on his life’s pursuit of liberty, justice, equality for all and service to others.

Dr. King’s life was cut short in 1968 at the age of 39 in Memphis, Tennessee. At the invitation of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME, DC 37’s national union), Dr. King traveled to support Black sanitation workers who were striking for fair wages, safe working conditions and the right to belong to a union.

To: All members of Local 375


From: Michael Troman, President - Local 375

President Mike Troman would like to inform all Local 375 members of a very important upcoming exam: SPACE ANALYST Exam No. 0161. The application period is January 8-28.

Protect your loved ones. Keep your DC 37 Health & Security Plan and DC 37 Annuity Fund Plan beneficiary forms up-to-date.

Outdated information on the form can delay and even deprive your designee(s), spouse or children of much-needed benefits.

The DC 37 Education Fund is currently accepting applications for the Winter 2020 cycle. Please click here for the eligibility and classes.

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