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Member Stories: Monica Shelton

My name is Monica Shelton.   At the time of my grievance I was a Chief Clerk with the Department of General Services (GSD). I believed that my Department was asking me to perform duties that were not within my jobs classification. I contacted EAA and asked if anything could be done. My EAA Labor rep advised me to…

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New EAA HQ Updates

Update #2: February 28, 2018  Rome certainly wasn’t built in a day so a delay here and there should come as no surprise to any one who knows anything about construction. Now that escrow has been met, the next step is repurposing and renovating what once was a place of worship. To cut down on costs,…

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2017 EAA Elections Announcement

In order to properly conduct business in an organization as large as the Engineers & Architects Association, we need members to serve in all elective offices. This year, there are two(2) Unit Governor positions, on At-Large Governor position, and thirteen(13) Unit Council Member positions open for election. In accordance with the Engineers & Architects Association Constitution…

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Letters of Intent (LOIs) Updates

Update #8: June 20, 2017 All Letters of Intent (LOIs) were unanimously approved by the City Council on June 20th and sent forthwith to the Mayor. According to the City Administrative Officer (CAO), they have previously set things into motion with the Controller, et al to ensure that everything is on target for the June…

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Labor Representative Darryl Cherness

Darryl Cherness resides in Culver City with his wife, Amy, and their eleven year old daughter, Isabell. A life-long resident, he has had roots in Culver City since 1953 and is a product of the Culver City Unified School District. Darryl graduated from Culver City High School; attended West Los Angeles College; earned his Bachelors Degree in Public Administration…

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Debrief: Victory For Victims (CD6)

Last Saturday, April 22nd, Team EAA participated in the 15th Annual Victory For Victims Walk/Run as hosted by the Center for Assault Treatment Services (CATS). If the organization’s name sounds familiar, your memory serves you well as CATS was one of the five local non-profits that benefited from a portion of the proceeds from this year’s…

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Debrief: EAA Outreach Returns To Harbor Interfaith

Last Friday, April 7th marked the second year running that EAA Outreach has hosted a mini fair for the kids at Harbor Interfaith Services, a non profit organization serving the South Bay of Los Angeles, City District 15. Much like the weather forecast for that day, attendance was expected to be somewhere in the high sixties…

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Labor Representative Paul Marks

Paul Marks has lived all of his life in Los Angeles. He graduated from James Monroe High School in the San Fernando Valley and from Claremont McKenna College, cum laude, with a BA degree in political science. Upon graduation from college Paul joined the Los Angeles Police Department. In his 22 years with the department…

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EAA Poll #2: The 2017 Los Angeles Primary Election

8 years ago, a record low 18% voter turnout was reported for the 2009 LA Primary back when former-mayor Antonio Villaraigosa won as incumbent. Then in 2013, just 21% of registered voters cast ballots in the primary for mayor. Will the recent surge in political awareness spur the masses to vote in their local elections?…

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EAA Donates Swimsuits to Recreation and Parks

Los Angeles, CA: The Engineers & Architects Association donated $5,000 to the City of Los Angeles’s Department of Recreation and Parks. The money from that generous donation will be used to purchase swimsuits for the under privileged youth in urban impact areas.  The following City of Los Angeles pools will be direct beneficiaries: Council District 8 Algin Sutton…

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