Seattle Fire Fighters Union, IAFF Local 27

Tristan Smith Memorial Sunday May 1, 2016

Click on the link below to make a donation specifically for Tristan Smith's family:

PayPal Link - CLICK HERE

You can also send a check made out to "Seattle's Bravest Charity" with "Tristan Smith Family" on the memo line. Mail checks to:
Seattle's Bravest Charity
517 2nd Ave W. Seattle, 98119.

Whether you donate via PayPal or check, your donation is tax deductible because SBC is a certified charitable organization. Our tax identification number is 91-1674237.

Thank you for supporting Tristan Smith's family.


Kenny Stuart
Seattle Fire Fighters Union
IAFF Local 27

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WA Post: D.C. settles long-running dispute with firefighters to pay overtime

By Ann E. Marimow

The District has settled a long-running lawsuit with city firefighters, agreeing to pay an estimated $45 million in back pay for overtime.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser signed off on the agreement Saturday with the head of the D.C. firefighters union.

The agreement covers more than 3,000 firefighters, according to the union president, and will award backpay dating to 2001. Beginning this month, the city also will pay time- and-a-half for those working more than 42 hours in a week.

"We have resolved overtime pay issues for the past, present, and future," Bowser said in a statement. "This settlement helps ensure that the hard-working men and women at DCFEMS are paid for the overtime that they have already worked and earned."

The agreement ends a 14-year dispute between the city and the DC Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 36, which represents firefighters and emergency services personnel. The cost is expected to be covered through surplus revenue already set aside in the city's budget.

Union president Ed Smith thanked Bowser in a statement and said the settlement "means the world to the men and women who serve the District residents every day and night."

Full Article Here.


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Are you doing your part?

Brothers and Sisters,
Local 27 is fully engaged in the political process to protect and support you, your family, and public safety. Our American democratic process relies on citizens and organizations for elections and for governance. Local 27 informs and supports candidates and elected officials on all issues related to fire fighters and public safety including: health and safety, training, equipment, department policies, compensation, benefits, retirement, staffing, response times, service levels, hazards, etc.
Local 27, the WSCFF, and the IAFF rely on your voluntary financial contributions to fund these efforts.
Many members already do their part and contribute, but many still do not.
If you have not yet signed up for the Local 27 SAFEPAC or the WSCFF Fastpac, or the IAFF Firepac, please follow the link below to get started now. Thank you.

Kenny Stuart
Seattle Fire Fighters Union
IAFF Local 27


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