Important General Membership Meeting January 15th!
Mark your calendars now and RSVP to email@example.com no later than January 10. Mayor Lee Brand and prospective City Council candidate Tyler Maxwell will be talking about their upcoming races. Mayor Brand is running for a second term, and Tyler is running for City Council District 4. Come and take part in the democratic process of selecting who we support in the interest of good governance.
Starting at 5:00 PM at Tuolumne Hall, 1445 Tuolumne St, there will be a delicious dinner served. Chicken and tri-tip with rice pilaf, chili beans, and pasta salad all catered by Sheep Dog BBQ. Make sure to RSVP so there is enough. (there will be take-home boxes available)
The General Membership meeting will start at 5:30, and will include updates on the next steps to getting more salary increases in FY20. Our Labor Representative Tony Silva will be updating us on current issues and answering questions. As President, I will be reporting on what I believe are achievable goals for FCEA in the new year, and will be looking for your input in putting together action plans.
THERE WILL BE CASH PRIZES!
30 Lucky members will win $10....and one extra lucky member will win $50!
After that, we will have a short Board of Director's meeting, to discuss and approve the budget for 2019. We will also be swearing in two new Directors to the Board, as well as conducting other business.
This should be a fun and extremely informative night.
If at all possible, don't miss out folks!
See you there! Sam Frank
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Our Association was established in November 1957 as a non-profit corporation for the purpose of affording an opportunity for the expression and interchange of ideas and opinions on subjects of special interest to city employees. The purpose of the Fresno City Employees Association is to unite members in order to foster and maintain their mutual welfare and to promote their interest, safety, protection, and advancement. The Association negotiates with the City of Fresno on behalf of the members, which include the non-supervisory white collar employees working for the city. We represent members in labor relations, promote equality and equity in work practices, and advocate for member rights in the workplace.
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