City of Richmond

Local 21’s City of Richmond chapter is comprised of professionals in the City of Richmond dedicated to public service. We perform a number of essential duties to help our city run related to engineering, finance, crime analysis, housing and more.

Chapter News and Events

Alameda Labor Council Honors Two Local 21 Members

06/10/2011

Local 21 members filled two tables at the Alameda County Labor Council Award Dinner Friday night.  For the second year in a row, Local 21 members were among the honorees. 

Tom Manley, Local 21 Vice President for Legislative & Political Action, was honored for his volunteer political work, spending hundreds of hours phone banking and getting-out-the-vote in support of our candidates. 

East Bay MUD Member Shares the Facts on Pensions

06/10/2011

In an April 26 Letter to the Editor, East Bay MUD Local 21 member Joe Young debunked some myths around California public employee pensions.

He pointed out that public employee compensation is in line with the private sector and that pension expenses account for less than 5% of the general fund.

“A 5 percent item in the budget will not bring the state to its knees and is not the cause of all our problems,” wrote Young.

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