COA Employees - Pay Raise

 Austin City Council passed a $3.5 billion budget

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​​​COA and Travis County Pay raises have been finalized.


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Watch our AFSCME Distribution Electricians in action


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Fighting for Candidates Who Will Fight for Us. For public employees, the people we elect determine the quality of our lives and our livelihood. Our wages, benefits, working conditions, health and safety, and even whether we have jobs at all, are in the hands of officials who influence our future.

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AFSCME Membership meeting

Thursday, January 26th

​AFL-CIO Building 11th and Lavaca

​6pm - 7pm



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AFSCME 2017 Scholarship applications - coming soon

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Keep up to date on everything that is going on at AFSCME Local 1624. Our Spring newsletter has updates on the City of Austin Civil Service Commission, Travis County Primary results, Travis County Compensation Committee updates, and more. Click to view the Summer 2015 newsletter.


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Bernie Sanders speaks to AFSCME Local 1624 at the 2015 PEOPLE Conference -  Video Here 

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WE DID IT !

 City of Austin Municipal Civil Service system receives innovation award. read more.  

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