In October 2017, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors approved a contract for $100,000 with Koff & Associates to carry out a review of compensation for county employees. The term of the contract was for five months with an expected final report due in the summer of 2018. In the spring of 2018, Human Resources reported to the Board of Supervisors that the process had been delayed and that more time was needed. Human Resources returned to the Board of Supervisors again in September 2018 and requested a nine month extension on the Koff & Associates contract.
A number of years ago, the Mendocino County Chapter established a
Chapter Strike Fund to provide financial assistance in the event
of a strike. We are committed to reaching a fair agreement with
the County, but should the County refuse to bargain in good faith
or commit unfair labor practices, we must be ready to strike if
necessary. To prepare for this possibility, the Chapter Executive
Board and Negotiating Team have called for a resumption of the
Chapter Strike Fund.
On July 27, Brian Klovski got a call from his boss that a
mandatory evacuation was in place due to a massive wildfire, and
it was spreading fast. “We train throughout the year to prepare
for calls like that. Within hours, we got to work to
help evacuees displaced by the Mendocino Complex Fires with
Brian works for the Health and Human Services Department helping coordinate homeless services throughout the Mendocino County. During a countywide disaster, he leads the Mendocino County Care and Shelter Team.
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