|Local 2829: Statewide with Pride|
Amalgamated Local 2829 is a statewide union local service nearly 800 State of Minnesota employees in more than 30 state agencies. Read more >>>
Local 2829 holds regular monthly membership meetings the 4th. Wednesday of each month at AFSCME Council 5 offices, 300 Hardman Ave S., South St. Paul. (Map) Phone hookups are available for members in other locations; here is thecall-in information.
Minnesota’s quality of life and economic vitality depend on a transportation system with safe roads and bridges, and easy access to public transit. To learn about our campaign to make sure the Legislature addresses the state’s urgent transportation needs in 2014, join the Move MN regional meeting near you. Read more >>>
Community nutrition educators help low-income families make healthy food choices on limited budgets. They work with food banks, schools, and senior centers in all 87 counties. But the University of Minnesota is cutting 92 CNEs in Local 3937. We need to save their jobs and mission. Here's where to start. Read more >>>
October 2013 General membership Meeting Minutes, AFSCME Local 2829
Proposed 2014 Finance Policy to be acted on at the December General Membership Meeting
The Real People Behind the Capitol
History names the governors, legislators, and other elected officials who served in the Minnesota State Capitol. It does not name the hundreds of workers who literally raised the building out of dirt. Until now. New research led by the Labor Education Service at the University of Minnesota tells the story of those workers – who quarried stone, worked the railroads, and built Cass Gilbert’s vision. A 47-minute film, “Who Built Our Capitol?”, and a related website bring to light the stories of more than 600 workers, their descendants, and modern-day workers renovating the century-old building.
Local 2829 General membership Meeting Minutes, august 2013
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