|Local 1508 Uniformed Park Supervisors|
2016 LABOR DAY PARADE
This years Labor Day Parade is on Saturday September 10, 2016. DC 37 members will be assembling at 8:30am on West 44th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues. Any Local 1508 participation is greatly appreciated. Wear comfortable footwear and bring a co-worker or friend.
For additional information, go to www.dc37.net
2016 Local 1508 Meeting Dates-
Below are the dates that are now set for our Local 1508 meetings for the calendar year 2016-
1. Thursday- January 28, 2016
2. Thursday- March 24, 2016
3. Thursday- May 19, 2016
4. Thursday- September 22, 2016
5. Thursday- November 17, 2106
All meetings are held in the basement at DC37- 125 Barclay Street in rooms 11 and 12. Dinner is served to all local members at 6:00pm while the Executive Board has their meeting. Then the General Membership meeting for all members begins at 7:00pm.
Welcome to YOUR Local 1508 Website
We wanted to take this time to welcome you to the new Local 1508 website. This site was created to provide our members with some basic and useful information on what is going on with the local, DC37 and AFSCME. It is a work in progress and this is all new to us so feel free to contact us with any ideas, information our items you feel should be added to this site. Just hit the Contact Us button on the bottom left and send us an e-mail with any thoughts or ideas.
Let us start by saying that this is a free site provided by DC37, AFSCME and Laborweb. The only cost involved in this whole project was to purchase a domain name (www.local1508.com) which makes the site easier to remember. That cost was less than $10 for 3 years of service. There is also a link to our site from the DC37 Website under About DC37, then Locals and then Local 1508.
We would like to thank the following people for all of their help in getting this site off the ground. Zita Allen, Molly Charboneau and Rudy Orozco of the DC37 Communications Division have been extremely helpful and patient in helping us get this site started. We cannot thank them enough for the help they have given us.
We would also like to thank AFSCME and Laborweb for providing the training and all of the templates and help needed in setting up this site. Without all of their assistance and help we would not have been able to even get this site off of the ground.
So please take a look around, enjoy the site and feel free to hit the Contact Us button on the left side to give us your input on what you feel we need to add to the site to maximize it's potential.
Correspondence Assitance Team
For anyone looking for assistance prior to writing any type of correspondence- three supervisors have volunteered their time to assist in anyway they can. Whether you are looking to respond to a Supervisory Conference, poor Work Performance Evaluation or just general email correspondence, and you are looking for a little assistance in proper wording- please feel free to email PS2 Vinny Musillo, PS2 Anthony Mazzallo or PS John DeBlasio through parks email and they will contact you to give any assistance they can.
PS2 Rico Albacarys of Queens is trying to get a list of Park Supervisors together that he can contact on short notice to serve on our Honor Guard. The Honor Guard is a great way for our local to show just how professional we are and is a special way of honoring those who have served us in the past. They usually serve at wakes and funerals of former Park Supervisors or Park Officials, but can also be called upon on certain occassions for ceremonies and special events. The only requirement for participitation is that you have the full supervisors dress uniform. Any additional equipment is provided by the local and is in Rico's posession.
Please think about joining up for it is a great way of showing just how proud we are of our current and former members. Rico can be contacted in his office at 718-393-7269 or via email at- firstname.lastname@example.org.
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