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FCEA Negotiations Information


FCEA has reached a tentative agreement with the City of Fresno for a successor MOU and will be holding a ratification meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 5:30 PM

WHERE: Tuolumne Hall, 1445 Tuolumne Street, between E and F Streets **

              ** We will be meeting in the basement meeting hall **

Food available starting at 5:00 PM  

** If you are planning to eat, please RSVP by noon on Tuesday by sending an email to fcea@sbcglobal.net so we will know how much pizza to order. Thanks. **

Voting will be allowed from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

(see below for additional voting opportunities)

FCEA Members,

The link below will take you to a quick reference guide listing the proposals that matter most to you as a member.  In other words, these put money in your pocket.  There are a variety of other proposals upon which agreement was reached, which are language cleanup, some driven by state and federal law changes.  We have also included a link that will take you to the DRAFT Redline Version of the proposed MOU that shows all of the language changes.



For members unable to make the ratification meeting on Tuesday, there will be an opportunity to vote at City Hall on Wednesday, August 29th, in the room across from the Turtle Cafe from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM.

For members working at the Police Department, there will an opportunity to vote at the Police Department Annex on Wednesday, August 29th, from 6:30 AM - 9:00 AM and again 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM. 


Our current MOU expires on 6/30/2017 so we have started negotiations with the City.

Please see the list below of items and issues that have been submitted by members.  However, please realize that just because an item is on the list does not mean it will be submitted in a proposal or that the city would agree to consider the item. We can only submit new ideas and proposals during the first seven meetings, so please contact us ASAP if there is something that should be added to the list. Members should also realize that it will not do any good to ask the city to pay a larger share of health insurance because other labor groups have a "me too" clause which would mean that it would apply to everyone and be cost prohibitive.

Attorney Heather Phillips is our Chief Negotiator.  The other team members are President Dee Barnes, Vice President Maribel Escareno, Secretary Susan Miller, Sergeant-At-Arms Sam Frank, and Member Rebeca Garcia.  Labor Representative Tony Silva and Attorney Sarah Tobias will also be on the team and will serve as alternates for Heather.





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