Fun was had by all at the Teamsters Local 231 Picnic! There were approximately 350 guests in attendance. Thank you to everyone that helped make the event so successful. Click here to view more photos from the 2018 picnic.
On June 28, 2018 the Supreme Court overturned more than four decades of precedent by making fair share fees for
public sector workers unconstitutional in the Janus v. AFSCME case. This case forces the entire public sector in Washington and across America into Right to Work (For Less!).
When we stand together, as members of Teamsters Local 231, we have power.
Lynden City Hall members unanimously ratify a four year contract with 3.25% increases in each of the four years among other gains. A special thanks goes out to first time negotiation committee member’s, Linda and Dave, for their invaluable and dedicated service to the members throughout negotiations and mediation.
The June 13th Initiates and General Membership meetings were very well attended. Thirteen new members took the Teamsters Local 231 oath. Each Business Representative gave a report on current contract negotiations, grievances and pending arbitrations.
Joint Council 28 Executive Board Re-elected Via White Ballot
Newly re-elected JC28 Executive Board: Trustee Leonard Crouch, Trustee Rick Boyles, Recording Secretary Scott Sullivan, Trustee Rich Ewing, Secretary-Treasurer Darren O’Neil, President Rick Hicks, Vice President Steven Chandler