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2017 Officer Election Results

This year's election cycle has come to a close, and the results are posted below. A copy of the vote certification signed by the election committee may be downloaded here. President (127 Votes Cast) Kevin Burkhart (59.1% - 75 Votes) Ronald Ricks Jr. (38.5% - 49 Votes)...

2017 Officer Elections

Nominations for President, Sergeant At Arms, Trustee (AMR - Maricopa County), Trustee (AMR - Pinal County), and Trustee (AMR/Life Line - Pima County) were held during the general membership meetings on November 16th, 2017. The following nominations were received from...

AMR Proposes December 1st Layoffs in West Valley

Earlier this week the Local I-60 received a letter from American Medical Response calling for a reduction in force, commonly known as a layoff, effective December 1st, 2017. AMR proposes to layoff 9 EMTs and 3 Paramedics during a time when call volumes typically...

November General & Special Meetings

Two meetings will occur on November 16th, 2017 -- a special meeting to wrap up the September 20th by-law revisions, and the regular general meeting which will include union officer nominations, by-law revisions, and other regular business of the Local. The agenda for...

Officer Nomination & Meeting Notice

NOMINATION NOTICE International Association of Fire Fighters, Local I-60 Nominations for the offices of President, Sergeant at Arms, three (3) stewards/trustees for Maricopa County, one (1) steward/trustee for Pinal County, and two (2) stewards/trustees for Pima...

Notice: Special Meeting October 27th

This notice is to announce a special meeting will be held on October 27th, 2017 at 9:30 AM in Phoenix, Arizona and at 3:30 PM in Tucson, Arizona. The Central Arizona meeting shall be held at the UFCW at 2401 N Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona at 09:30 AM. The Southern...

I want you to pledge to yourselves in this convention to stand as one solid army against the foes of human labor. Think of the thousands who are killed every year and there is no redress for it. We will fight until the mines are made secure and human life valued more than props. Look things in the face. Don’t’ fear a governor; don’t fear anybody. You pay the governor; he has the right to protect you. You are the biggest part of the population in the state. You create its wealth, so I say, “let the fight go on; if nobody else will keep on, I will.”

Mother Jones