DLC Quarterly Meeting

DLC Quarterly Meeting

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Resignation of Position

I, Vincent Castanon am resigning my position as President of DLC 771

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DLC 771 Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday, September 12th meeting 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Mountain Mike’s
820 W. Lacey Blvd
Hanford, CA 93230

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Advanced Steward Training

Please find below the schedule of the Advanced Steward Training for July – December 2017

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Stewards Meeting ** LOCATION CHANGE**

Attention Stewards: Meeting Tuesday, July 18 5:30 PM

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Steward MOU Training.

All local offices will be having MOU training on Sat July 8 & 15 from 9 – 1 PM

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Brown to propose broad list of budget cuts

The broad set of budget cuts that Gov.-elect Jerry Brown will propose in the coming days would touch nearly all Californians, eliminating local redevelopment agencies, shrinking social service benefits, shuttering parks and reducing library hours, according to a source familiar with his budget proposal.

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Contract

Draft CDCR Academic Calendar 2011-2012 Years

It appears that once again OCE can’t give the Unit 3 Teachers the respect they deserve or even respect our ratified contract.

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Budget

December 28, 2010 DLC771 General Membership Meeting Update.

The most important updates, were the continued communication with CDCR and the BUNC, over the new models and the challenges teacher are facing with the unrealistic increase workloads and expectations placed upon them. The Medical and unit 20 issues such as, accounts receivable and the parole reconciliation for those affected employees.

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Budget

House GOP intend to destroy public employee unions

In their desire to return the nation to the Gilded Age, the Right has long targeted the one effective tool the rest of us have had–organized labor. They’re getting a big assist by this economy, which makes too easy the job of drumming up resentment against anyone who might have a bit of job protection or–gasp–the promise of a pension to make the prospect of old age just a little less frightening. Just check out Glenn Beck to see it in action.

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LAO

Trade secrets: inmate health-care contracts kept confidential

Hundreds of millions of dollars are involved in a new state contract for prison health care, but there’s no telling now exactly much money California is spending under the agreement, which takes effect in just weeks. Even lawmakers are kept in the dark.
The contract and its fiscal details are secret because of an exemption related to health care information within the state Public Records Act, said Liz Kanter, a spokesperson for the California Prison Health Care Services, the government body that awarded the contract to Health Net Federal Services, an outside HMO and subsidiary of Health Net.

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Budget

Education Budget Summit

Today in Los Angeles, Governor-Elect Jerry Brown hosted another in a series of budget updates. Today’s forum focused on education. Here are the slides from today’s presentations: Governor-Elect Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown Jr. Treasurer Bill Lockyer State Superintendent-Elect Tom Torlakson Controller John Chiang Read more at www.jerrybrown.org

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