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L.A. County CEO Threatens Workers with Layoffs if Unions Don’t Agree to Immediate Pay Concessions Without Member Input or Approval

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of millions of working people and our families, and CAPE is working tirelessly to limit the impact of this crisis on our health and livelihoods.

Join us on Friday, October 18, 2019 for the Annual CAPE Golf Tournament at Royal Vista Golf Club.

The cost is $50 for members, and $75 for non-members, which includes one raffle ticket, reception, and awards. 

The format is a 4-man scramble and will include contests and raffle prizes!

Schedule:

11:30 a.m.- Registration

12:30 p.m.- Shotgun Start

6:00 p.m.- Reception & Buffet Awards Dinner

Register today!

CAPE members in all six county units voted overwhelmingly to ratify the salary contract agreements approved by bargaining unit representatives earlier this year. The results of the ratification votes will be reported next to County representatives, triggering an approval vote by the County Board of Supervisors at an upcoming meeting.

Recent efforts by CAPE leaders has significantly curtailed the number of jobs contracted to outside agencies by County executives, mostly at the Department of Public Works, but also at other departments where maintaining institutional memory saves significant resources.

Several Appraiser Members have asked what would be the implementation date for the proposed new Appraiser classification and its new salary range if the CAPE Members whose classifications are in the Appraisers Unit vote to ratify their proposed successor Unit’s Memorandum of Understanding?

Unit Contract Ratification Ballots Mailed Monday, September 9th.  

The Ratification ballots were mailed to all CAPE voting members on Monday, September 9th.  

The deadline to receive ballots to the Election Post Office Box is Tuesday, September 24th by 12:00 noon.  

The ballots will be opened and counted by election officials at the CAPE office on Wednesday, September 25th at 11:00 AM. Members are welcome to attend the ballot counting.  

Professional Employees Endorse Herb Wesson

Following interviews of all three front-runner candidates in the 2nd District Board of Supervisors election, the CAPE Political Endorsement Committee recommended endorsing Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson to succeed Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas who will be completing his last term as County Supervisor.  

The California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) is pleased to announce the results of its 2019 CAPE Board of Directors Election.

Elected to two-year terms were:

PETER THOMAS*
CARLOS CLAYTON*
NELSON MANABAT*
LISA GUNNER
MIGUEL GARCIA*

Elected to a one-year term were:

KEVIN PETROWSKY*
RAY CASTELLANOS

*Indicates incumbent

Thank you to all the candidates and congratulations to the re-elected and newly elected board members.

Dear CAPE Member:

An abundance of caution has led the CAPE Board of Directors to determine that revised ballots for the Board of Directors election will be sent to members as soon as possible.

The initial ballots mailed to CAPE members on 7/22/2019 contained errors that would have precluded an accurate election.