Category Archives: General

Items related to State and County wide elections

State of Our Union

WCCEA “State of Our Union” Prepared for General Membership Meeting February 7, 2019 Inspired by the recent State of the Union, the WCCEA leadership wanted to take the time to share with you the “State of Our Union”. To begin … Continue reading

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MEA Election 2018 Guide

Please use this information as you see fit. You can visit http://www.mea.yourvoter.guide/#/search to see recommendations based on your home address. MEA Election Guide

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BOT Remarks September 19, 2017

Colleagues, The College’s Board of Trustees met last night.  I have attached (BOT 19Sept17) my remarks to this email. Much happened. First, I want to thank all of the faculty who came to support the OPTs.  They appreciated your being … Continue reading

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Support for the OPTA

On August 12, 2107, the Office Professional/Technical Association (OPTA) held an informational picket. The OPTs are working on a contract extension as the contract expired June 30, 2017. Negotiations are set to continue this week. Please review the flyer that … Continue reading

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Remarks to the Board of Trustees, June 27, 2017

Colleagues, The Board of Trustees met last night (6/27).  I used my time before the board to voice support for the OPTs. This is a negotiation year for them.  Three weeks ago they reached a tentative agreement with the College … Continue reading

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BOT SPECIAL Meeting on June 13 at 5pm

Agenda – June 13 2017 This meeting will be held in SC 211 before moving to closed session in SC 229. There will be time for public remarks.

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Comments to the Board of Trustees (February-April)

Our apologies for posting these comments so late. From April 25, 2017 Presented by Julie Kissel on David Fitzpatrick’s behalf Survey Results David presented a one question survey to the full-time and adjunct faculty (over 250 faculty) starting the week … Continue reading

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