Alameda County

Alameda County General Chapter Nominations will be extend until Monday, April 10, 2017

Per SEIU 1021 Bylaws, notice is hereby given of Chapter Officer Elections for the ALCO General Chapter for the purpose of electing new Chapter Executive Board Members to be completed by May 1, 2017. The Chapter Election Committee members for the election are Carmen Vargas, Elizabeth Raphael, and Roberto Vallejo.

Nominations for the Officer seats listed below will open on March 8, 2017 and will be accepted until 5:00PM  Monday, April 10, 2017

Nominations may be sent to the attention of the ALCO General Chapter Election Committee: Gcelection2017@seiu1021.org or faxed to the attention of: ALCO General Chapter Election Committee: at (510) 451-6928.

Nominees must submit notice of the accepted nomination, and OPTIONAL Candidate’s statement via the correspondence email addresses and fax number listed above by the deadline for nominations of April 6, 2017 @ 5PM.

List of Candidates and statements will be compiled on April 10, 2017. Secret ballot voting will be mailed out on Monday, April 10, 2017. Deadline for voting will be April 27, 2017 @ 5PM. Ballots will be counted by the Election Committee on Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 6PM at the SEIU Union Office 100 Oak Street, Oakland CA. The 2017 General Chapter Officers will be announced via a flyer on Monday, May 1, 2017.

In addition to Chapter Officer Elections, members will be voting for the Chapter Bylaws. A copy of the proposed Chapter Bylaws will be distributed along with the election information flyer.

YOU MAY RUN OR NOMINATE A MEMBER FOR ANY OF THESE UNION POSITIONS

President:

The President shall be the chief executive officer of the Chapter and preside over all Executive Board and general membership meetings. For a list of further duties review the Draft chapter Bylaws that are attached.

Vice President:

In the event that the office of the President shall be declared vacant by the Chapter Executive Board, the Chapter Executive Board shall appoint the Vice President as President.

In the absence of the President, or in the President’s temporary inability to serve, the Vice President shall assume the duties’ of the President. For a list of further duties review Draft Chapter Bylaws.

Secretary:

The Secretary shall keep a correct record (minutes) of the proceedings of all Chapter Executive Board and General Membership Meetings for the Chapter and shall file a copy of such correct records with the Secretary of the Local Union upon request. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter bylaws.

Treasurer:

The Treasurer shall be authorized to request payments (and reimbursements for payments already made and authorized by the Chapter Executive Board) to be withdrawn from the Alameda County Chapter account. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter bylaws.

Chief Shop Steward:

The Chief Shop Steward shall service all respective units:

She/he shall coordinate the activities of the Shop Stewards and shall act as the Grievance Officer.

For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter Bylaws.

COPE Coordinator:

The COPE Coordinator shall be responsible for providing political information and education to the members of the chapter. The coordinator will also be the chapter representative to the Local 1021 County COPE Committee. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter Bylaws.

At Large Members (2):

At the Chapter Executive Board meetings, the two members-at-large shall act equally in conjunction with the elected officers. For a list of further duties contact a member of the Election Committee.

Challenges: Challenges to or disputes arising from the chapter election must be submitted in writing to the committee within three (3) working days of the submission of the committee’s written election report. The committee shall respond within five (5) working days of the receipt of the challenge. Challenges or disputes which are denied or cannot be resolved by the Chapter Election Committee may be appealed in writing to the Local 1021 Executive Board within five (5) working days of receipt of the Chapter Election Committee’s decision. The Local 1021 Executive Board shall investigate and respond within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the challenge. Challenges to the election will be considered valid only if they cite specific violations of the Chapter election rules and procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Constitution and if the alleged violation may have affected the outcome of the election.

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Alameda County Chapter Meetings

Mark your calendars! Don’t miss upcoming meetings for your chapter.

April 13th – 100 Oak St., Oakland – 2nd floor Open Area

May 10th – Carpenters Union Hall Local 713 – 1050 Mattox Road, Hayward CA 94541

June 8th – 100 Oak St., Oakland – 1st floor Willie Gholer Room

July 13th – 100 Oak St., Oakland – 2nd floor Open Area

 Dinner starts at 5:30 pm

Meeting starts at 6 pm – 8pm.

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Notice of SEIU 1021 General Chapter Election 2017

NOTICE OF SEIU 1021 ALCO GENERAL CHAPTER ELECTIONS 2017

Per SEIU 1021 Bylaws, notice is hereby given of Chapter Officer Elections for the ALCO General Chapter for the purpose of electing new Chapter Executive Board Members to be completed by May 1, 2017. The Chapter Election Committee members for the election are Carmen Vargas, Elizabeth Raphael, and Roberto Vallejo.

Nominations for the Officer seats listed below will open on March 8, 2017 and will be accepted until 5:00PM April 6, 2017.

Nominations may be sent to the attention of the ALCO General Chapter Election Committee:

Gcelection2017@seiu1021.org or faxed to the attention of: ALCO General Chapter Election Committee: at (510) 451-6928.

Nominees must submit notice of the accepted nomination, and OPTIONAL Candidate’s statement via the correspondence email addresses and fax number listed above by the deadline for nominations of April 6, 2017, 5PM.

List of Candidates and statements will be compiled on April 6, 2017. Secret ballot voting will be mailed out on Monday, April 10, 2017. Deadline for voting will be April 27, 2017 at 5PM. Ballots will be counted by the Election

Committee on Friday, April 28, 2017 at 6PM at the SEIU Union Office 100 Oak Street, Oakland CA. The 2017 General Chapter Officers will be announced via a flyer on Monday, May 1, 2017.

In addition to Chapter Officer Elections, members will be voting for the Chapter Bylaws. A copy of the proposed Chapter Bylaws will be distributed along with the election information flyer.

YOU MAY RUN OR NOMINATE A MEMBER FOR ANY OF THESE UNION POSITIONS

President:

The President shall be the chief executive officer of the Chapter and preside over all Executive Board and general membership meetings. For a list of further duties review the Draft chapter Bylaws that are attached.

Vice President:

In the event that the office of the President shall be declared vacant by the Chapter Executive Board, the Chapter Executive Board shall appoint the Vice President as President.

In the absence of the President, or in the President’s temporary inability to serve, the Vice President shall assume the duties’ of the President. For a list of further duties review Draft Chapter Bylaws.

Secretary:

The Secretary shall keep a correct record (minutes) of the proceedings of all Chapter Executive Board and General Membership Meetings for the Chapter and shall file a copy of such correct records with the Secretary of the Local Union upon request. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter bylaws.

Treasurer:

The Treasurer shall be authorized to request payments (and reimbursements for payments already made and authorized by the Chapter Executive Board) to be withdrawn from the Alameda County Chapter account. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter bylaws.

Chief Shop Steward:

The Chief Shop Steward shall service all respective units: She/he shall coordinate the activities of the Shop Stewards and shall act as the Grievance Officer.

For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter Bylaws.

COPE Coordinator:

The COPE Coordinator shall be responsible for providing political information and education to the members of the chapter. The coordinator will also be the chapter representative to the Local 1021 County COPE Committee. For a list of further duties review the Draft Chapter Bylaws.

At Large Members (2):

At the Chapter Executive Board meetings, the two members-at-large shall act equally in conjunction with the elected officers. For a list of further duties contact a member of the Election Committee.

CHALLENGES: Challenges to or disputes arising from the chapter election must be submitted in writing to the committee within three (3) working days of the submission of the committee’s written election report. The committee shall respond within five (5) working days of the receipt of the challenge. Challenges or disputes which are denied or cannot be resolved by the Chapter Election Committee may be appealed in writing to the Local 1021 Executive Board within five (5) working days of receipt of the Chapter Election Committee’s decision. The Local 1021 Executive Board shall investigate and respond within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the challenge.

Challenges to the election will be considered valid only if they cite specific violations of the Chapter election rules and procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Constitution and if the alleged violation may have affected the outcome of the election.

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Alameda County General Chapter Meeting

Please join us for the Alameda County General Chapter meeting!

August 13, 2015 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Steward Council Meeting from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Dinner will be served at 5:30pm.

Willie Gholar Conference Room
The location is 100 Oak Street
1st Floor, Oakland, CA 94607

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Introducing the 2015 Alameda Co. Bargaining Team

These members have been elected or named to our bargaining team and have begun to prepare our upcoming negotiations. Congratulations to all!

Please support our team by filling out this brief bargaining survey.

Dana Brown, Cleveland Etter, Kathy Fragoso, Nancy Ghanim, Barbara Hamze, Doug Henderson, Clyde Houle, Theresa Johnson, Lorraine Lilley, Tiffany Lynch, Brenda Parish, Yeon Park, Rhian Pierce-Jones, Mike Ranga, Lorelei Self, Tina Tapia

 

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