Your Community College Coalition bargaining team continued to work hard this week by meeting for three consecutive days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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Our Community College Coalition Bargaining Team assembled in Olympia this week on Wednesday and Thursday with management representatives to continue working towards a fair and equitable contract for the 2019-2021 biennium.

Our team, proposed our initial proposal for compensations on August 2. Our proposal focuses on addressing lost purchasing power due to increased costs, respect for our contributions to our campuses, and enabling our college communities to recruit and retain quality employees.

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Our CCC elected bargaining team met on Thursday July 12th to discuss and finalize our bargaining proposals.

We met with subject matter experts had robust conversations. We will be presenting our economic proposals to management on 8/1 and 8/2 and will need your support.

A petition to our college presidents is in the works, and you can make your support visible by wearing AFSCME green on 8/1 & 8/2.

Contact your council representatives, or the MCC at 1-833-MCC-WFSE (1-833-622-9373) if you need t-shirts, or other supplies.

Your Community College Coalition Bargaining Team met this week on Wednesday, June 27 and Thursday June 28 to continue its work for a fair contract.

On Wednesday, your bargaining team gave management 7 counter proposals to consider.

On Thursday, management presented 4 counter proposals and your CCC Bargaining Team presented them with two counter proposals.

Your CCC Bargaining Team will meet again July 12 to continue to negotiate a fair and equitable contract for our 100% Union.'



We, the members of your Community College Coalition (CCC) bargaining team, are deeply concerned about recent efforts to divide our union.

Our CCC bargaining team met with management two days this week with the intent of continuing work for a fair and equitable contract for the 2019-2021 biennium.

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