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Amy Millar
Special Assistant to the President

Work Phone: 301-977-2447, Ext. 217work

Work Email: nzvyyne@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@rallimaINTERNET

Raymun Lee
Special Assistant to the President in Field Services & Organizing

Work Phone: 301-977-2447 ext. 214work

Work Email: EYrr@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@eeLRINTERNET

John Barry
Senior Field Representative/Organizer

Work Phone: 301-977-2447work

Work Email: woneel@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@yrrabjINTERNET

Ryan Conlon
Senior Field Representative/Organizer

Work Phone: 301-977-2447 ext 205work

Work Email: EPbayba@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@nolnoCRINTERNET

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John Kilker
Field Representative/Organizer

Work Email: WXvyxre@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@rekliKJINTERNET

Rosa Ortiz

Work Email: ebegvm@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@zitrorINTERNET

Lisa Titus
Recorder & Field Services Representative

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Stephen A. Valentich

Cell Phone: 301-335-2193cell

Work Email: finyragvpu@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@hcitnelavsINTERNET

Raven Wilkerson
Field Representative/Organizer

Work Phone: 301-977-2447work

Work Email: ejvyxrefba@zptrb.betgro.oegcm@nosrekliwrINTERNET

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M-NCPPC Hardship Grant Application

Because of unilateral changes in policy at MNCPPC, many of our members have been placed on leave without pay (LWOP) status even as they are in the process of complying with the Commission’s vaccination requirement.

We have learned that members on LWOP status will be considered in debt to the Commission for health coverage during the vaccination process. Returning to work after being left on LWOP status and finding out that they may be in debt for health care benefits amounts to additional hardship.

Consistent with its policy in lockdowns or furloughs, the Union is offering financial assistance to cover health care debts for members on LWOP who are completing the vaccination process. Members who choose to apply for a grant should follow the instructions below. Please make sure that you add any necessary documentation. The Union will review applications and notify you.

Our legal team is fighting this policy, but we hope that in the interim this helps cover the increase in health expenses during the holiday season.

Who is eligible?

You are a Park and Planning employee and member of UFCW 1994/MCGEO.You are currently in the process of COVID vaccination.You have been placed on Leave Without Pay status while completing vaccination process.Park and Planning will charge you for repayment of health benefits upon return.

The Union will examine the grant application to determine eligibility.

Example: A member currently pays 155 dollars per pay period to cover health insurance costs. Upon return to work, the Commission will require the employee to pay $310 dollars in unpaid health insurance in addition to their regular payment. The Union will cover the additional costs of health care.

Are there other resources for financial assistance?

For members who need additional help, the Union offers other resources for people who are encountering hardship due to layoffs.

Here are some options:

UnionPlus offers grants for qualifying union members experiencing financial hardship. Employee Assistance Program for employees of MNCPPC who are experiencing financial difficulties. Services Montgomery County ( and Prince George’s County (

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Crisis Center Schedule Pick

Please read carefully!

As a result of the Dec. 7 “emergency schedule meeting”, the December 9, 2021, pick will be rescheduled at a later date. During the meeting, concerns were raised in regards to how many rotations should be selected for the 2022 schedule pick. Based upon this discussion, we agreed that the membership would be given the opportunity to vote on the options presented below. In order to ensure there is clarity about these options, please ensure that you carefully read the following:

During the time that either of the schedule choices will be in effect, your Union and The Department will be negotiating a new crisis center schedule using the Interest Based Bargaining model (IBB.) If you select the “one rotation” option, and a final schedule using the  IBB model is not completed by the end of first rotation period (end of April), then we will re-evaluate as a unit, how to proceed with the schedule. In the event that you select the “three rotation” option, and a schedule is finalized using the IBB model by the end of the first rotation,  it is almost certain that the second (2) and third (3rd) rotation will not go into effect.

Lastly, either option will be put into effect approximately thirty (30) days after the pick. In that interim period, employees will continue working their shift assignment.

Please complete this survey/poll no later than 12 AM on Monday, December 13th.

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Sick Leave Bank 2022 | Montgomery County Members

 TO: MCGEO Members 

FROM: Office of Human Resources MCGEO UFCW Local 1994 

DATED: December 3, 2021

SUBJECT:  Sick Leave Bank (SLB) Leave year 2022 

The SLB continues to be a great success. To date, the 2021 SLB has 4,687 members and has been able to assist hundreds of eligible members every year. The SLB has helped ease the financial impact of our members with serious illness or injuries. In addition, the SLB was able to assist many new parents who needed time away after the birth of their child. Keep in mind the SLB program requires all requests to be reviewed and vetted by medical professionals, therefore your contribution and investment is protected. We look forward to your continued support in 2022 and have provided information below on how the program will work for the new leave year. 

MCGEO members will be automatically enrolled in the SLB effective with the 2022 leave year. If you wish to be a member of the SLB in 2022, you don’t have to do anything. However, from December 3, 2021 through January 3, 2022, you have the opportunity to opt out of the SLB if you wish. The SLB is the only means of obtaining sick leave other than what members accrue each pay period.You are now able to opt-out online by using your County User ID and password to access the opt-out form electronically. (See enclosed instructions)When new employees reach merit status and become MCGEO members in 2022, they too will be automatically enrolled in the SLB and will have thirty (30) days to opt out.The maximum sick leave available to a SLB member in a leave year is 16 weeks or 640 hours. Leave will be prorated for part-time members. SLB members are allowed one appeal, not to exceed 160 additional hours for their own medical condition, 80 hours for a qualifying family member.Updated SLB policy and procedures documents and forms are located online at: who do not opt out will see their SLB contribution of ten (10) hours deducted from their pay advice dated January 28, 2022. Part time employee’s deduction is prorated based on their budgeted work hours.If the hours in the SLB fall below 3,000 hours, an additional assessment of up to eight (8) hours will be taken. There will be only one additional assessment during the leave year if needed.

Sick Leave Bank 2022 pdf2022 SLB Announcement Opt Out_Mail Notice Size: 299.47 KBHits: 37Date added: 11-30-2021Date modified: 11-30-2021 DownloadPreview pdf2022 MCGEO SLB Policy Procedure Document_Updated Size: 378.41 KBHits: 22Date added: 11-30-2021Date modified: 11-30-2021 DownloadPreview

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