Cupertino Employees' Association

CEA represents several classifications from engineers to administrative professionals at the City of Cupertino.

Chapter News and Events

Super CEA Members Support Cupertino’s Seniors

11/01/2017

For seniors, navigating the mazes of housing, healthcare and transportation can be confusing.  For some, it’s impossible … unless they have help.

Case managers Karen Goss and Adrianna Stankovich are there to connect the dots for Cupertino’s 50 and older population.

“I really enjoy working with elders.  I love the stories they tell,” Adrianna said.

South Bay News November: Holiday Party, Water District Bargaining & Sunnyvale Affiliation

11/01/2017

 

See the South Bay News for November.  Highlights include:

  • Super CEA Members Support Cupertino’s Seniors
  • San Jose’s Pension Battle Finally Ends in a Victory for Workers
  • San Jose Senior Librarians Achieve Raise
  • ES, PMA Begin Hard MOU Bargaining
  • Sunnyvale Chapter Approved by Local 21 Delegates

San Jose TMC Workers Act as Symphony Conductors for City’s Roads

10/02/2017

A San Jose Sharks hockey game.  Sidewalk repaving.  Bike lane improvements.  Inoperative traffic lights.

A typical day at San Jose’s Transportation Management Center can include all the above challenges for workers.

“Our goal is to make traffic safe, reliable and efficient for all modes,” said Bikram Kahlon, Associate Engineer at the City of San Jose and Member of IFPTE Local 21’s Association of Engineers and Architects (AEA).

Sunnyvale City Workers Overwhelmingly Vote to Join Local 21

08/16/2017

The SEA (Sunnyvale Employees Association), an independent Association representing about 450 workers for the city of Sunnyvale, recently voted by an overwhelming margin of 91% to join IFPTE Local 21.

South Bay Members Support Bridging the Generational Gap Among Workers

06/30/2017

 

Most workplaces have four generations under their roofs – Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers and Traditionalists. ES and PMA members at the Santa Clara Valley Water District are finishing up their first year by celebrating the qualities and skills of each age group.

South Bay News May: Next Gen Program at Water Distrct, Delegate Assembly Report Back, BBQ RSVPs

06/01/2017

Check out this month's South Bay News.

Highlights include:

 

  • Delegate Assembly Report Back
  • San Jose’s Measure B Within Two Weeks of Demise
  • ES, PMA Members Begin MOU Bargaining Surveys
  • SCCEAA Members Get New Director
  • RSVP for 10th Annual South Bay BBQ – please remember to RSVP for the July 27 BBQ here -- http://bit.ly/2p9P0ld

 

Local 21 Members Bring BART to the South Bay

05/19/2017

BART in South Bay Area is becoming a reality. Within weeks of opening the Warm Springs Station in Fremont, BART offered a tour to Valley Transportation Authority union staff and member leaders.  VTA is partnering with BART on South Bay public transit projects. The group of about 20 viewed the new BART station in Milpitas and construction sites.

South Bay News May: March for Science, BART Behind-the-Scenes Look

05/04/2017

Check out this month's South Bay News.

Highlights include:

Local 21 Members Work to Ensure South Bay's Wastewater Gets Clean and Stays Clean

04/18/2017

It’s one of those conveniences we use several times a day.  Flushing a toilet.  Rinsing food from dishes.  Washing our hands.  But few ever think about where that water goes.

When you’re cleaning 100 million gallons of sewage water every day, you need several people monitoring the complex system of flow.

South Bay News April: L21 Members Featured, Chapter Updates

04/11/2017

Highlights of this month's South Bay News include:

  • Local 21 Members Work to Ensure Area’s Wastewater Gets Clean and Stays Clean
  • Federated Unions Work To Update San Jose Pension Ordinances
  • Cupertino to Revise Bylaws and Board
  • ES, PMA Name MOU Bargaining Teams
  • SCCEAA Weighs Deferred Comp Change
  • Help Local 21 Feature Our Members!

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