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Vice President and Trustee Candidate Statements

The voting period will take place Saturday, October 1 through Friday, October 7. Watch your email for an electronic ballot. Need to update your info? Visit the SMART Center or call (503) 756-6466. Find more information and the duties for each position in the Local 88 Policies and Local 88 Constitution. Candidates were invited to provide

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Meet our new Communication Specialist

Hello my name is Angie. I work for Mulnomah County’s Department of Community Justice as a Records Technician for the Child Abuse Unit.  My entire professional career has been in an administrative setting where I could put my organizational skills and passion for learning new things into action.    I am from and still live

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Upcoming Events

  1. General Unit Bargaining Session

    October 6
  2. Local 88 General Membership Meeting

    October 19 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  3. General Unit Bargaining Session

    October 20
  4. Local 88 Executive Board Meeting

    November 2 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  5. Local 88 General Membership Meeting

    November 16 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM

Member Benefits and Resources


Member Resource

Get help, learn about training opportunities and benefits. Contact the AFSCME SMART Center.
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The AFSCME Advantage

Discounts and benefits for Union members!

Auto & home insurance, car loans, credit cards, lawyer assistance, and much more!
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AT&T Savings

Get 15% Off Your Bill

Members are eligible
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What We've Been Up To

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Bargaining Update 9/22/22

Last week hundreds of AFSCME Local 88 and ONA members came out to three informational pickets around Multnomah County and showed their support for better working conditions, fair and equitable treatment and wage increases that will support their families.  We appreciate their support and energy! Over the first eight days of September, we continued to

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Join Us to Canvass for Jessica Vega Pederson for County Chair 10/1

An AFSCME endorsement is a powerful asset to political candidates and campaigns.  The funds we donate are but a small part of this power.  When we endorse a candidate we follow up with people power; canvassing, door knocking and talking to people help spread the message of why we endorsed a candidate. When people are

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Informational picket flyer 9 2022

Bargaining Update 9/2/2022

General Unit Bargaining Update Our fight for a fair contract with strong Cost of Living Wage Adjustments (COLA) continues. Yesterday our Union Bargaining Team and the County Bargaining Team exchanged comprehensive proposals that moved closer to a settlement. However, major issues still need to be resolved including COLA adjustments in each year of the contract,

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Key Terms: What is lost time?

“This position is eligible for up to 10 hours per week of lost time.” “We hope to provide food and lost time to all volunteers.” “Lost time may be paid if approved.” Lost Time (noun): Time off from regular employment to conduct union business Simply put, lost time just means that you’re doing union work

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Labor Day 2022

Local 88 Labor Day Celebration Monday, September 5, 202211am-3pm Mt Tabor Park Picnic Area A Screen Printing! Bring your own items to turn into swag! Bargaining updates! From the bargaining delegates and sub-locals Food, unity, and community! Please register to let us know you’re coming! Register

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CCC Strike Vote Flyer

CCC: Strike Vote!

CCC Continues to offer low wages and bad behavior, but we are sticking with the union! More than 70% of us have signed pledges that we will stride to stop CCC’s unfair behavior and settle for a fair contract! CCC continued with their insulting low-wage proposals with a 6/5% wage offer for most AFSCME members

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Emergency Paid Sick Leave Extended Through 9/30/22

A Message from Cessa Diaz, Interim Labor Relations Director Good afternoon- On June 30, 2022, temporary benefits offered under FFCRA and subsequent extension agreements, expired for all employees, this included the loss of Emergency Paid Sick Leave hours. After discussions with Union leadership, AFSCME Local 88 and the County, an agreement has been reached to

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