Minutes of 8/25/2021 SICLC Delegates Meeting


The meeting was called to order at 6:05 PM by President Doug Scott.


The Pledge of Allegiance was conducted, and the President’s Message was read.




MMSA – June Minutes by the delegation





The following people were present and sworn in.


            Adrian Camez, IAM 751A

            Jessie Littlefox Long, LIUNA 292

            Amy Yount, UAPD




Charles Adkins from the 38th Legislative Democrat’s was present and spoke about the need for more people in labor to become PCO’s.


--------------------------------------All Non-Union Members were Excused------------------------------------------------



Officer Reports:



Secretary-Treasurer Report:


Secretary Treasurer Kelley reported that due to the recent Covid spike the Executive Board voted to suspend in person meetings till December. He also added that Marysville School District had cancelled their Trade Up event scheduled for September 23rd. Kelley also mentioned that he had been invited to attend a Moderate Republican Conference in September to discuss bridging the divide between them and organized labor, which has also been cancelled.  COPE interviews for candidates who made it through the Primary is set for September 13th on Zoom.


Secretary-Treasurer Kelley also reported on the festivals that we participated in and that they were a success.  The Island County Fair out on Whidbey Island was our first event and people were very happy to see us.  He concluded his report by thanking all the delegates that volunteered to work our Summer Events, including our AquaSox Solidarity Night.



New Business


Nominations were opened for the position of Vice President.  Dan Murphy, AFSCME 1020 and John Dimas, SPEEA 2001, were both nominated. John Dimas declined his nomination, and no further nominations were made.  Brother Murphy was voted in by acclamation. 


Secretary-Treasurer Kelley announced that at the next delegate meeting nominations and an election will be held for Trustee #5 that was just vacated by Dan Murphy by accepting the Vice President position.




Reports of Unions:


David Simpson:  Reported on the apprenticeship language, which was recently adopted by the Port of Everett, thanking all the parties involved in helping to get it passed.


Adrian Comez, IAM 751A:  Added the Machinists enjoyed the fairs and thanked everyone involved.


Jacob McConkey, IAFF 3215:  reported on dealing with forced vaccine mandates and negotiating the impacts. Discussion was held amongst the delegates on the individual positions the local unions were taking on mandatory vaccines.


President Doug Scott:  Thanked the delegates for the lengthy discussion where difference of opinions varied, and civility and respect was reflected.



47 participants tonight.


The meeting was adjourned at 6:55 PM


Respectfully submitted.


Leonard Kelley




Adrian Noel, UFCW 21

John Traynor, IBEW 191

Daniel Murphy, AFSCME 1020

Larry Montgomery, LIUNA 292

Michael Hill, IAM 751C

Devin Leingang, SMART 66

Amy Yount, UAPD

Mitchell Christian, IAM 751F

Anthony Cantu, UFCW 21

Paul Galovin, UBC 70

Teresa Johnson, IBEW 89

Lloyd Catlin, IAM 751F

Polagaya McLaughlin, RPEC 6

Wes Heard, IAM 751A

Joe Ruth, IAM 751C

Shane Van Pelt, IAM 751F

Charles Adkins, 38 Dems

Ryan Johnson, IBT 38

Gunnar Birkeland, IBT 231

Jesse Littlefox Long, LIUNA 292

Owl Eulenberg, IATSE 15

Charlotte Murry, LIUNA 242

Al Cummins, IUOE 302

Maria Goodall, UFCW 21

Jacob McConkey, IAFF 3219

Anthony Thompson, IUPAT DC 5

John Klosterman, IBT 38

Mark Clark, IAM 751A

Debbie Gath, IBT 38

Greg Lopata, IBEW 191

Evan Wipf, SPEEA 2001

Douglas Scott, LIUNA 292

John Dimas, SPEEA 2001

Laurel Blaine, IATSE 15

Christine Reid, IBEW 77

Sam Hem, SMART 66

Jeff Forbes, SPEEA 2001

Billy Wallace, LIUNA 292

David Simpson, SPEEA 2001

Steven Morrison, IAM 751A

Bryan Johnson, IW 86

Gary Kanter, AFM 76-493

Adrian Camez, IAM 751A

Leonard Kelley, AFM 76-493

Wendy Garrett-Drake, IBT 38

Suzanne Woodard, UFCW 21

KL Hilt, IAFF 1828