Minutes of 6/24/2020 SICLC Delegates Meeting
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Secretary-Treasurer Leonard Kelley
The pledge of allegiance was conducted, and the president’s message was read.
Minutes from May meeting were approved.
The following people were present and sworn in.
Adrian Noel, UFCW 21
Randy Davis, Pilchuck UniServ/Marysville
Jared Kink, Pilchuck UniServ/Everett
Justin Fox-Bailey, Pilchuck UniServ/Snohomish
President Report: (Jason Redrup) Please do your part wear your mask
Secretary-Treasurer: (Leonard Kelley)
*Thank you for those who participated in the AFL-CIO Day of Action.
*July SICLC Delegate Meeting Cancelled.
*Thank You to our board and all their help
*Thank You to SICLC Hardship Fund Donors:
IBT 763 - $5,000 IBEW 191 - $500
United Way (LAC) - $5,000 IBT 117 - $250
IAM 751 - $1,000 IBT 231 - $250
IBEW 46 - $250 OPEIU 8 - $250
ProTec 17 - $250
New Affiliate: Pilchuck UniServ introduced themselves. 5000 Certificated Educators 9 Locals – Marysville, Mukilteo, Everett, Lake Stevens, Granite Falls, Snohomish, Monroe, Sultan, and Skykomish. A Regional office of WEA. Also has a small nurses unit.
COPE Endorsements: Local Races M= Motion
*Snohomish County Council #4 – Jared Mead (MSA) S = Secondary
*Legislative Rep #39, Position # – Ryan Johnson (MSA) A = Approved
Reports of Unions:
United Way (LAC): Aunja Staymates – CEO has stepped down from United Way and they are searching for a new one. Aunja has taken a new position as an office manager; they will be hiring a new Labor Liaison. LAC has donated $5,000 to the SICLC Hardship Fund and $2000 for this year’s school supply funds.
Pilchuck UniServ: Jared Kink - Everett School District is running a bond issue on the upcoming ballot. We would like help getting the word out that this is a positive for our community. Will send us the EEA’s resolution to share. The Bond will decrease taxes.
SEIU 1199NW: Cynthia Robson – Finally on our 4th anniversary of our creation, we ratified our contract!!!
OPEIU 8: Nyomie - Big win SeaMar Community Health, got4% raises. Organizing Crisis Connections, who handles 211 calls; ballots just went out.
IBEW 89: Teresa Johnson – 2nd round of Chemo for Michael Boe, he is doing well.
The meeting was adjourned at 6:44 PM
Polagaya McLaughlin, AFSCME 109
Shane Van Pelt, IAM 751F
Fred Soto, IAM 751F
David Simpson, SPEEA 2001
Emmanuel Cobian, OPCMIA 528
Larry Montgomery, LIUNA 292
Evan Wipf, SPEEA 2001
Susanne Murphy, SPEEA 2001
Michael Hill, IAM 751C
Leonard Kelley, IBT 38
Debbie Gath, IBT 38
Gunnar Birkeland, IBT 231
Laurel Blaine, IASTE 15
Teresa Johnson, IBEW 89
Benjamin Briles, SPEEA 2001
Michael Boe, IBT 117
Steven Peloquin, OPCMIA 528
Doug Scott, LIUNA 292
Nancy Nickles, OPCMIA 528
Paul Schubert, IAM 751
Aunja Staymates, CWA/WASH Tech
Robert James, NALC 791
Dan Murphy, AFSCME 1020
Kurt Schuetz, SPEEA 2001
Terry Van Wyck, AFSCME 109
Wendy Garrett-Drake, IBT 38
Dan Verda, IBEW 191
Christine Reid, IBEW 77
Mohammed Khan, SPEEA 2001
Wes Heard, IAM 751A
Gary Kanter, AFM 76-493
Al Cummins, IUOE 302
Jonelle Fenton-Wallace, ProTec 17
Gary Kemp, IBEW 191
Joseph Ruth, IAM 751C
David Simpson, SPEEA 2001
Brian Butler, IAM 751A
Billy Wallace, LIUNA 292
Mike Llewellyn, LIUNA 292
Juliet D’Alessandro, ProTec 17
Shawn Stewart, UFCW 21
Wil Peterson, UFCW 21
Jason Redrup, IAM 751A