Federal money for programs and services that help millions of vulnerable Americans and employ many AFSCME members could be in jeopardy next year.

This week, AFSCME Local 127 had the privilege of sharing some of our success before the members of the California Assembly Committee on Public Employment and Retirement (

     AFSCME Local 127 has been active recently. In the past week, Local 127 attended the SDICLC Golf Tournament, the SDICLC Annual Dinner 2022, and Stormwater’s “All Hands” luncheon. While enjoying ourselves, AFSCME Local 127 also used these opportunities to strengthen our relationships with other labor organizations, various departments of San Diego, councilmembers, and Mayor Gloria.      

Members of AFSCME Local 127, 

Our negotiations with the City of San Diego are approaching quickly. We expect to begin negotiations with the City of San Diego until January 2023. However, our non-economic proposals are due by the beginning of November 2022, and our economic proposals are due by the beginning of December 2022

          Last week, the Leaders and Delegates of AFSCME Local 127 attended the AFSCME 45th Biennial Convention in Philadelphia!

AFSCME Local 127 recently held a new employee orientation. 

Thank you to everyone that showed up to hear about all of the benefits of the Union!

AFSCME Local 127 had the pleasure of meeting with Mayor Todd Gloria. At Chollas, Mayor Gloria honored one of our stewards and executive board members, Ramon Robles, who has gone above and beyond assisting employees in need. Mayor Gloria then listened to us explain the necessity of raising employee salaries, keeping pace with cost-of-living adjustments and inflation. To conclude, we discussed actionable steps to provide both short and long-term solutions to remedy previously stagnant wages.