The Eugene Weekly provides talked to AFSCME 1724 reps and provides a little bit more on their bargaining. As a reminder these City of Eugene workers will be rallying today, 5:15 PM, at Kesey Square. Solidarity News will be out to cover the action and talk to workers.
Eugene Library returns to pre-pandemic hours at all locations
4J board member Gordon Lafer responds to allegations by made by editors of the Euegene Weekly and Interim Superintendent Cydney Vandercar that he was disrespecting senior staff, in saying those allegations are false and that the board must balance the views of administrators with insights from teachers and classroom staff.
Eugene Education Association president says of the 800 4J educators that responded to a recent survey 80% said they felt extreme stress this year, and more than 250 said they are considering quitting teaching.
UO Urban Farm’s director voices concerns about Knight Campus expansion cutting off sunlight.
Monday, 5:15 — AFSCME 1724 Bargaining solidarity rally @ Kesey Square
Monday, 5:30 — City of Eugene Council work session
Sustainability commission work plan & update on redistricting
Monday, 5:30 — City of Springfield Council& planning commission joint work session
Tuesday, 9 AM — Lane County Board of commissioners morning meeting
First reading of temporary eviction moratorium proposal
Tuesday, 12 PM — Better Eugene-Springfield Transportation Rally to thank Lane Transit District bus drivers @ Rosa Parks Plaza, LTD Eugene Station
Tuesday, 1:30 PM — Lane County Board of commissioners afternoon meeting
Review of proposed new district maps
Wednesday, 12 PM — City of Eugene Council work session
Wednesday, 3 PM — Opposition to CIA on UO campus teach-in @ Tykeson Hall, UO
Hosted by a group of anonymous UO community members. More details in image at bottom.
Thursday, 3-5 PM — CLDC Resisting online censorship of activists (co-hosted with Palestine Legal)
Saturday, 11 AM – 1 PM — ESSN How to start a union – organizing your work place @ Whirled Pies