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      MCGEO Executive Board has endorsed fossil fuel divestment! Want to know more?

      Many of you know by now that in February Local 1994's Executive Board unanimously approved a resolution urging Montgomery County to divest its public employees' pension fund (MCERS) from fossil fuel stocks. This resolution was developed in collaboration with 350MoCo, a local grassroots organization committed to advancing fossil fuel divestment. Fossil fuel divestment is a strategy designed to stigmatize the fossil fuel industry and their business plan, which, if enacted, threatens the very existence of human civilization.
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      Sick Leave Bill Passage

      Greetings, I would like to applaud you all for passing the “Sick Leave” bill.  Assuring that workers have the basic right to care for their health and the health of their family members without the worry of  losing pay has a profound impact on the financial wellbeing of families.
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      Individual Classification Studies

      Shawn Stokes, the new Human Resources director, sent a memo on May 19th informing employees that individual class studies would not be conducted in FY16. The Union was not copied on this memo.
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      UFCW Local 1994 has joined 350MoCo in fossil fuel divestment

      UFCW Local 1994’s Executive Board passed a resolution recently calling for divestment of MCERS pension fund assets from fossil fuel investments. 350.org has launched a nationwide fossil fuel divestment campaign – based on the successful divestment campaign that helped end apartheid in South Africa.
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      Download: Local 1994 Calls for Fossil Fuel Divestment.pdf


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      Urging support of FY 16 compensation and DROP retirement plan
      Members attend the GO committee hearing in Montgomery County to urge the committee to support the FY 16 CBA and DROP retirement plans .
      Urging support of FY 16 compensation and DROP retirement plan
      Members attend the GO committee hearing in Montgomery County to urge the committee to support the FY 16 CBA and DROP retirement plans .
      Saying No to the ITA
      MCGEO members protest the ITA at a hearing in February.
      Saying No to the ITA
      MCGEO members protest the ITA at a hearing in February.
      Saying No to the ITA
      President Renne testifies against legislation that would allow creation of the ITA in February.
      Saying No to the ITA
      MCGEO members protest the ITA at a hearing in February.
      Saying No to the ITA
      MCGEO members protest the ITA at a hearing in February.
      Saying No to the ITA
      MCGEO members protest the ITA at a hearing in February.
      M-NCPPC rallying for fair wages
      M-NCPPC rallying for fair wages
      M-NCPPC rallying for fair wages
      Super Shuttle Drivers protest intimidation in their struggle to organize with Local 1994
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    We are excited to share with you that we have formed a UFCW Local 1994 MCGEO team to fundraise and walk together at the Montgomery County Light The Night Walk on October 10!  UFCW has been participating nationally for several years, and we look forward to supporting this greater effort.  Our Local 1994 team goal is to raise $15,000 for the fight against blood cancers! Be sure to check our team Web site frequently to see our progress!

    Thank you for bringing us all closer to living in a world without blood cancers!

    Montgomery County Walk - Saturday, October 10, 2015, Rockville Town Square.  Walk distance is 2 miles. Join the walk or donate to the team here.

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