Over 600 employees of the City of Salem make up Local 2067 of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). We are administrative assistants, building inspectors, accountants, custodial workers, IT programmers, engineering technicians, water operators, library assistants and more. Dedicated to building a thriving community, we provide the essential services that make Salem happen.
Ballots have been mailed for the 2018 AFSCME 2067 Officer Election and must be returned by June 13. All members are invited to observe the ballot tallying at Union Hall starting at 5 p.m. on June 13. Two candidates are running for President of our local, Matt Starbuck and Robin Jennings.
On May 7, the bargaining teams started at 7am and finished after 4pm. The Union made proposals/counter proposals 10 articles.
Our next bargaining sessions will be: May 31-All day, June 11-All day (deadline for economic proposals), June 21-All day.
If you would like to review the Union and Management’s proposals that have been made so far, you are invited to stop in at the Union Hall anytime Monday, May 21 from 3pm-6:30pm.