Asbestos Handler, Assistant City Highway Repairer, Associate Park Service Worker, Associate Urban Park Ranger, City Seasonal Aide, High Pressure Plant Tender, Motor Transport Worker, Motor Vehicle Operator, Motor Vehicle Operator Supervisor, Senior Motor Vehicle Operator Supervisor, Plant Filter Operator, Plant Maintainer, Skate Guard, Summer Youth Field Supervisor, Supervisor of Motor Transport Worker, Traffic Enforcement Agent Level III, Traffic Enforcement Agent Level IV, Urban Park Ranger, Watershed Maintainer Apprentice.
We have a lot of changes coming — all positive steps to make us even more accessible than we have been in the past. Last year, we redesigned and improved our website, implemented the Local 983 Union Strong Mobile App, and started utilizing an email blast system, all to keep you more aware of union news. Be sure you have signed up for everything so you stay in the know. You can do this all via our website at local983.com.
We are diligently working on settling all our contracts and making sure you get your raises soon. We are planning lunchtime meetings for members with Officers, more ways to reach your representatives, and emailing out monthly updates.
On behalf of my entire team, thank for you the overwhelming support you have shown us.
Local 983 is here to save you money through exclusive deals and limited-time offers on the products, services and experiences you need and love. Check out "Working Advantage Member Benefits Program" on the benefits page to learn more.
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Local 983 is working with a Washington, D.C. law firm to recover damagers for Local 983 members for overtime violations by the City. This firm has sued the City many times to recover money damages for overtime violations. Under the overtime law, each person must individually sign up to join the lawsuit. Don’t miss out!
To join, please complete the consent retainer found by clicking here.
After a year-plus delay in officer elections, President Joe Puleo (center) and his team were sworn back into office by DC 37 Executive Director Henry Garrido on June 22 at a special membership meeting.
Photo: From left: MVO Supr. José Padilla, TEA3 Farris Coley, APSW Sylvester Ervin, Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Burke, Vice President Ralph Baselice, Secretary-Treasurer Marlena Giga, DC 37 Executive Director Henry Garrido, President Joe Puleo, Vice President Thomas DiNardo, HPPT Robert Aponte, Vice President Victor Shannon, Trustee Van Scatliffe, and ACHR Vincent Gismundi. In front: Recording Secretary Donald Chapman.