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Posted By: Council 93
A recent ruling by the Commonwealth Employment Relations Board could pave the way for 14 school traffic supervisors who were laid off in June 2010 under a budget cut to return to their jobs and receive back pay. Jim Durkin, a spokesman for the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Council 93, stated the union is pleased, but not surprised, by the decision. “We have always been confident in our case and we remain confident that justice will prevail,” Durkin stated. “While we fully respect the town’s right for a judicial review in the Appeals Court, it’s our hope that the board’s decision will mark the end of this long ordeal and the town will move as soon as possible to reinstate these workers and provide them with the restitution they deserve.”
Posted By: Council 93
Scarborough, ME - AFSCME corrections officers in Maine got a preview last night of the type of labor-friendly governor Mike Michaud would make when the candidate stopped by a regular monthly meeting of Local 2968 in Scarborough. The AFSCME Council 93 endorsed candidate spent more than an hour at the meeting, talking individually with corrections officers and members of other AFSCME locals before adeptly and honestly answering a wide-range of questions from members. Michaud, who has a lifetime AFSCME voting record of 99% in Congress, remained at the meeting until every single question was asked and answered.
Posted By: Council 93
Independent voters are expected to play a significant role in the governor's race. According to the Pan Atlantic SMS poll, LePage has the advantage, favored by 38.7 percent of the independent respondents to Michaud's 28.5 percent and Cutler's 26.7 percent. Nearly 53 percent of respondents said they have an unfavorable view of the governor. More than 56.1 percent have a favorable view of Michaud, compared with nearly 44 percent for Cutler.

We at Council 93 know how hard you work each and every day on the job. As your Executive Director and your President, we want to assure you that we are continuously striving to match your hard work by finding new, better and more efficient ways to provide you with the quality representation and service that you deserve. Read More
Working within a diverse array of fields ranging from correctional officers to school cafeteria workers, Council 93 members are a vital component of the essential public services that keep our states, municipalities and public facilities safe, clean, and running smoothly. Read More
As an AFSCME member, you know you always have an advantage at the bargaining table. But did you also know your AFSCME membership can provide you with a big advantage when you shop? Through the AFSCME Advantage Program, you can secure big discounts on everything from travel to cell phone service. Read More



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