Maryland-National Park and Planning Commission News

Essential Employee Bargaining

As a result of the declaration of emergency at the federal, state and local level in response to the containment of the spread of COVID-19 and the need to engage in social distancing, UFCW Local 1994 MCGEO, along with the IAFF and FOP, met with Montgomery County...

Covid 19 Update March 20 2pm

As the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus continue to change, we continue to push on a day-by-day basis for all of your employers to suspend non-essential public health and safety services and place all other employees either in a telework or paid leave status....

Los miembros de M-NCPPC luchan por (y ganan) PPE

Los miembros de M-NCPPC luchan por (y ganan) PPE

Los miembros del parque y de la planificación han utilizado recientemente la unión para luchar por (y ganar) nuevos guantes resistentes a la punción para usar mientras trabajan en los parques. Los nuevos guantes serán útiles para hacer frente a los peligros de recoger...

Los miembros de M-NCPPC luchan por (y ganan) PPE

M-NCPPC Members Fight (and Win) PPE

Members at Park and Planning recently used the union to fight for (and win) new puncture resistant gloves to use while working in the parks. The new gloves will come in handy to deal with the dangers of picking up broken glass and possibly needles.

M-NCPPC Member Ratify New CBA

M-NCPPC Member Ratify New CBA

Members of Local 1994 who are part of the Maryland-National Capitol Park and Planning Commission bargaining unit ratified their new Collective Bargaining agreement on May 1 (181 accept to 46 reject). Bargaining team members: Aaron Crawford, JJ Harris, Stevel Harrell,...

Tentative Agreement Reached on Wage Reopener for M-NCPPC

Tentative Agreement Reached on Wage Reopener for M-NCPPC

Congratulations! We have reached a tentative agreement on your wage reopener! The agreement calls for a 5% increase overall - 3.5% merit increase; 1.5% COLA effective in the first full pay period after August 1 and a top of grade lump sum of .05% effective on July 1....

Bill in State Legislature asks for Audit in Park and Planning

Bill in State Legislature asks for Audit in Park and Planning

There’s exciting news for our Park & Planning members: Delegate Ben Kramer has introduced a bill that would establish an Inspector General to oversee and do an audit of the commission. All the games the Commission has played with money, any waste in the budget,...

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