Local 2822: Hennepin County Clerical and Related


Our presswork continues we’ve had interviews on KFAI Community Radio show as well as AM 950. Members of AFSCME Local 34’s Anti-Discrimination Committee joined Minneapolis Public School workers to discuss our contract fight and Martin Luther King Day on Al McFarlane’s Insight News show. See also the Alley Newspaper Article and Fight Back News!

Our next round of bargaining is this coming Tuesday, January 18thBUT A DATE IS NOT A DEAL.

If we do not come to a tentative agreement next Tuesday, we will be hosting informational pickets across the County the following day: WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19TH!

Our main location will be at the South Minneapolis Human Service Hub on Lake Street and Hiawatha in Minneapolis from 10am-2pm but we encourage folks to come to any of the picket locations listed below. During the informational pickets, we will hold signs and hand out information to clients, patrons and the residents to get our story out to the people we serve!

Also: Continue to have your friends, family and neighbors call County Commissioners! See script below. Also please help us circulate this letter of support!

An informational Picket is NOT a Strike. It is 100% legal, on our own non-working time, such as breaks, lunch, PTO/Vacation time, flex time, SLWOP. Any worker of any union (or not in a union) can join us during a break!




Brookdale Regional Center
11 am -1 pm
6125 Shingle Creek Pkwy.Brooklyn Center
Brooklyn Park Library
11 am - 2 pm
8500 W. Broadway Ave.Brooklyn Park
Franklin Library
3 PM - 5 pm
1314 E. Franklin Ave.Minneapolis
Hennepin County Government Center
12 PM - 1 pm
300 South 6th St, Minneapolis
Hosmer Library
4 PM - 6 pm
347 E. 36th St.Minneapolis
Linden Hills Library
12 PM - 12:30 pm
2900 W. 43rd St.Minneapolis
Maple Grove Service Center
10:45 am - 1:30 pm
9325 Upland Ln N, Maple Grove
Midtown Service Center
11 am - 12:45 pm
2929 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis
Minneapolis Downtown Library
11 am - 2 pm
300 Nicollet MallMinneapolis
Northeast Library
12 PM - 1 pm
2200 Central Ave. N.E.Minneapolis
Nokomis Library
11 am - 1pm
5100 34th Ave. S.Minneapolis
North Regional Library
1 PM - 2 pm
1315 Lowry Ave. N.Minneapolis
Penn Lake Library
1 PM - 2 pm
8800 Penn Ave. S.Bloomington
Public Safety Facility
1:45 PM - 3:15 pm
401 S 4th Ave, Minneapolis
Ridgedale Regional Center
11 am - 1 pm
12601 Ridgedale Dr.Minnetonka
South Human Services Hub
2215 E Lake St, Minneapolis
St Anthony Library
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
2941 Pentagon Dr. N.E.St. Anthony
St Louis Park Library
12 PM - 2 pm
3240 Library Ln, St Louis Park
Washburn Library
12 PM - 1 pm
5244 Lyndale Ave. S.Minneapolis
Webber Park Library
12:30 PM - 1:30 pm
4440 N Humboldt Ave, Minneapolis


Call on Family, Friends, Neighbors, any Hennepin County residents to Call their Commissioner!! It's time to spread the pressure!

Hennepin County Residents:

"Hi, I'm __________ . I am your constituent and live at (your street name and number). I'm calling on you to negotiate a better contract offer that respects front line workers."

Hennepin County Workers:


CALL OR EMAIL your County Commissioner and Administrator Hough NOW!

If you live in Hennepin County TELL THEM:

"Hi, I'm __________ and a member of AFSCME Local 2822. I am your constituent and live at (your street name and number). I'm calling on you to bring a better contract offer at Mediation that respects the work of frontline workers."

Don't live in Hennepin? Call Commissioner Chair Marion Greene AND tell her:

"Hi, I'm __________ and a member of AFSCME Local 2822 and I serve your residents! I'm calling on you to bring a better contract offer at Mediation that respects the work of frontline workers."

County Administrator: David Hough: 612-361-9488     [email protected]

Find your Commissioner here.            

District 1: Jeffrey Lunde: [email protected]                       612-414-3302

District 2: Irene Fernando: [email protected];               612-348-7882

District 3: Marion Greene: [email protected]                     612-348-7883

District 4: Angela Conley: [email protected];                 612-348-7884

District 5: Debbie Goettel: [email protected];                 612-348-7885

District 6: Chris LaTondresse: [email protected];   612-348-7886

District 7: Kevin Anderson: [email protected]             612-348-7887

Community Outreach and Pressure on Commissioners- Keep Requesting letters/calls from Community Residents, Organizations, and Elected Officials. Help us circulate this petition

January 17th   MLK DAY RALLY & MARCH: Join other Unions (Minneapolis Teachers, SEIU) Hennepin County Government Center – 2pm

AFSCME mourns the loss of Mildred Wurf, a beloved member of our union family, a pioneer

Striketober and Strikesgiving are over, but worker strikes are still going strong.

AFSCME President Lee Saunders on Friday urged the Senate to follow in the footsteps of the House of Representatives and 

AFSCME President Lee Saunders on Monday joined President Joe Biden and members of his administration, as well as a bipartisan group of lawmakers, for 

Members of AFSCME Locals 34 and 2822 are the nurses, social workers, human services representatives, clerical support professionals who keep providing vital services to Hennepin County residents through this pandemic.

Sign this petition and tell all 7 of the Hennepin County Commissioners to support those who support the most vulnerable residents in our community by offering a fair contract to the frontline AFSCME heroes.

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