The Legislative Conference call will be Monday, March 10th 2014 @ 8:00 p.m.
State Worker Deserve Respect
A recent opinion piece in the Tallahassee Democrat – Our Opinion: The Usual
It wasn’t much of a State of the State address the governor delivered, because he hasn’t been much of a leader for all in the state of Florida.
President Jeanette Wynn
AFSCME Council 79, a public employee labor organization, has an immediate opening in its Miami office for a Staff Representative II. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of experience with labor unions. Spanish fluency is a plus. Typical responsibilities include, but are not limited to servicing local unions, participating in internal and external organizing drives, conducting contract negotiations, arbitration of cases, and participating in political action programs. Excellent working environment and benefits; salary negotiable depending on experience. Please submit a resume with a cover letter to Norman Herdocia, 700 S. Royal Poinciana Blvd., Suite 700, Miami Springs, FL 33166, or email to NHerdocia@afscmefl.org. The closing date for this opening is March 15th, 2014.
Protect your career for little more than a dollar a day. You can protect your job and your future by joining a team of state county and municipal employees dedicated to serving the public needs. Be part of an organization that has successfully protected public employees and their benefits!
General Bill by Ray (CO-SPONSORS) Davis; Fullwood; Jones, M.; McBurney
Specifies applicability of ch. 185, F.S., to certain consolidated governments; provides that consolidated government that has entered into interlocal agreement to provide police protection services to municipality within its boundaries is eligible to receive premium taxes reported for municipality; authorizes municipality receiving police protection services to enact an ordinance levying tax as provided by law; including certain consolidated governments under provisions authorizing imposition of state excise tax on casualty insurance premiums covering certain property.
SB 388: Public Retirement Plans
Public Retirement Plans; Providing that a consolidated government that has entered into an interlocal agreement to provide police protection services to a municipality within its boundaries is eligible to receive the premium taxes reported for the municipality under certain circumstances; authorizing the municipality receiving the police protection services to enact an ordinance levying the tax as provided by law, etc.
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