On September 14, 2017, an overwhelming of all Teamsters at the City of Redlands voted YES to approve the tentative memorandum of understanding between Teamsters Local 1932 and the City.
Rich Smith, Chief Steward, and currently a Traffic Signal Tech at the City of Redlands, said of the successful outcome: “City of Redlands workers chose to be part of the process and have input into our work environment. That’s what it means to be union!”
The contract removes 90% of the language that divided the unit into two tiers, effectively creating a stronger single unit of public employees at the City of Redlands.
Congratulations Teamsters! Working people who stand together WIN.