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12/15/16

NW

NW16-027 Continuation of NW11-042 - $6,000 annual contribution to Washington Fair Trade Coalition

It is moved that: The NW shall budget an annual $6,000 contribution to the Washington Fair Trade Coalition.

12/15/16

NW

NW16-026 Proposed 2017/2018 Budget for Northwest Region Council

It is moved that: the Northwest Council approve the proposed 2017-2018 Northwest Council budget and submit the proposed budget to the SPEEA Executive Board for consideration and incorporation into the SPEEA budget.

11/10/16

NW

NW16-025 Questions for Northwest Vice President Elections

It is moved that: the following questions be submitted to the applicants for the Northwest Regional Vice Presidential Candidates and their responses be included in the Voters Guide.

  1. What do you see as the primary challenges SPEEA faces and what are your solutions?

  2. What do you see as the primary challenges the NW Region faces and what are your solutions?

  3. What experience and skills would you bring to the Executive Board?

 

10/13/16

SPEEA

M16-024 PRE-SUBMITTED NEW BUSINESS: Motion to support Paid Parental and Family Leave.

It is moved that: SPEEA will advocate for and support public policies toward establishing paid parental and family leave benefits. It is further moved that SPEEA will work with companies employing SPEEA members to promote a balance between work and family and to establish employer provided paid parental and family leave benefits in addition to, or in absence of, local, state and/or federal policies. Published ballot

09/08/16

NW

NW16-023 Distribution and Disbursement of STEM Funds.

It is moved that: The SPEEA NW Council distribute the allocated fund for 2016-2017 SPEEA STEM Grant awards in the following manner:

SCHOOL / ORGANIZATION NAME TEAM NAME / ACTIVITY

Proposed Grant Amount

Alliance High School Rebel @lliance 2411 $1,000.00
Arts & Technology High School Pengbots 2660 $1,000.00
Auburn Mountainview High School Lion Robotics 2907 $1,000.00
Auburn Riverside High School RAVENS 5683 $1,000.00
Avanti, Capital & Olympia High Schools The Olympia Robotics Federation 4450 $1,000.00
Ballard High School Viking Robotics 2928 $1,000.00
Not school affiliated – students from multiple schools in the Tahoma & Kent School Districts Beam On! 894 $250.00
Bellarmine Prep Robotics Program "The Revolution" 360 $1,000.00
Bellevue School District Fuzzy Logic 11123 $850.00
Rose Dragons 6778
Cleveland High School  Electric Eagles 3684 $1,000.00
Cub Scout Pack 673 1 day model Rocketry event to earn Science pin (Fund at FLL level) $250.00
David Douglas High School Scotbots 4132 $1,000.00
Edmonds-Woodway High School M.A.SH. 4077 $1,000.00
Eisenhower Middle School  Eisenhower Robotics Club $250.00
FIRST Washington First Tech Challenge West Super-Regional Tournament $1,250.00
Franklin High School 1 FRC Team:  xbot 488 $1,000.00
3 FTC Teams:  
Zenith 2939; Cobolt 323; & XLR8 7855
Hazelwood Element School Hazelwood FLL Jr Team $250.00
Holy Family School Holy Family Robotics  $250.00
Inglemoor High School Inglemoor High School Science Olympiad (Olympiad team, fund at FTC level) $600.00
Issaquah High School Issaquah Robotics Society 1318 $1,000.00
Kentridge High School Kentridge Chargers 3786 $1,000.00
Not school affiliated – students from multiple schools in the Tahoma School District Laser Belles 23246 $250.00
Liberty High School The Iron Patriots 4131 $1,000.00
Lynnwood High School Royal Robotics 2522 $1,000.00
Martin Sortun Elementary STEM Club 8200 $250.00
Meridian Park Elementary Competition Math Club (Fund at FLL level) $250.00
Not school affiliated – students from SE Portland schools Metal Beavers Robotics 1432 $1,000.00
Mill Creek Elementary Mill Creek Robotics 22116 $250.00
Mukilteo Elementary School Mukilteo Elementary Robotics Club $250.00
Newport High School Newport Robotics Group 948 $1,000.00
Newcastle Elementary School Lion Sprockets 201601532 $250.00
Lion Gears 23732
Northshore Junior High School Northshore Junior High Science Olympiad (Olympiad team, fund at FTC level) $600.00
Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS) Skunk Works Robotics 1983 $1,000.00
Ridgefield High School Steel Ridge/201700161 $1,000.00
Riverside Polytechnic High School Poly Techs 3295 $1,000.00
Sabin-Schellenberg Center, Professional Technical Sabin Sharks 4051 $1,000.00
Sammamish High School Robototes 2412 $1,000.00
Sedro Woolley High School The RoboCubs 4205 $1,000.00
Shelton View Elementary Shelton View Elementary "Explore Science" Night (Include gliders) $250.00
Shorecrest High School Shorecrest TSA Club (Fund at FTC level) $600.00
Shorewood High School Team Pronto 3070 $1,000.00
Skyview High School                           Skyview Stormbots 2811 $1,000.00
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Puget Sound Chapter             SHPE Puget Sound Chapter (Fund at FRC level.) $1,000.00
St Mary Magdalen School SMM Math Club (Fund at FLL level) $250.00
Swerve Robotics (4-H) S.K.I.D. (Space Koalas In Disguise) 417;  $600.00
Centripetal 6220; &
Perpetual Velocity 8923
Thomas Jefferson High School R.A.I.D. #4469 $1,000.00
Not school affiliated – students from multiple schools in the Bellevue, Renton, & Lake Washington School Districts Trash Masters 14302 $250.00
U.S. Grant High School General Robotics 3636 $1,000.00
Valley Christian School VCS Panthers $250.00
Visitation Catholic Stem Academy  Visitation Viking (Fund at FLL level) $250.00
Washington Science Olympiad Washington Science Olympiad (Fund 14 new teams) $3,500.00
Total   $40,000.00

 

09/08/16

NW

NW16-022 SPEEA support for YES vote on I-1433 Raise Up Washington

It is moved that: The Northwest Council publically endorse Washington State Initiative I-1433, "Raise Up Washington," which will be on the ballot in Washington State this November. Further, the NORTHWEST COUNCIL approves support for publicity using the SPEEA website, newsletters, publications, and other communication resources to educate and encourage individual SPEEA members and retirees to get out the vote and to support passage of the Initiative. Published ballot

07/14/16

NW

NW16-021 NEW BUSINESS

It is moved that: The Northwest Council send a motion to the Governing Docs Committee to prepare a motion based on recommendations by the Tellers to add "Executive Board Members" to the SPEEA By-Laws 8.4.2.4. Recall and Replacement.

07/14/16

NW

NW16-020 WSLC Constitutional Revision - Per Capita Tax Assessment.

It is moved that: The Northwest Council supports labor council per capita adjustments not to exceed the rate of inflation.

07/14/16

NW

NW16-019 Support of UNITE HERE LOCAL 8

It is moved that: The Northwest Council supports the UNITE HERE LOCAL 8 union workers at cafeterias on Boeing sites in the Puget Sound Region.

The Northwest Council further requests the Executive Board inform our members about this issue via our publications and information networks and urge our members to support these union workers.

In the event of a strike, the Northwest Council recommends a $3,000 donation to aid workers on strike.

07/14/16

NW

NW16-018 Extension of SPEEA Leadership Conference Training Requirements

It is moved that: The SPEEA NW Regional Council grants a two month extension for refresher training in lieu of the leadership conference to the following:

  • David Adolf D-2
  • Lindsay Carpenter E-12
  • Timothy Conley W-10
  • Amanda Correll E-32
  • Justin Doh D-3
  • Gail Evert E-29
  • Rebekah Hewitt E-60
  • Sharon Hoffbuhr E-10
  • Jin Huang E-35
  • Richard Hughes E-28
  • Kathy Low D-1
  • Ronald Mathes D-6
  • Matthew Nguyen T-10
  • Roger Pullman E-10
  • Gabe Sartin E-29
  • James Wilkerson PLT
  • Chris Yeaton R-2
  • Gordon Yip P-1

06/10/16

SPEEA

M16-016 Charter a SPEEA Veteran's Committee

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves the creation of a veteran's committee as a standing SPEEA Council Committee and to charter the committee to provide an avenue for addressing the problems and issues associated with SPEEA's military employees and veterans, provide information and education to increase members' understanding of veterans' issues and to work with the IFPTE Veterans Committee to influence national positions, congressional legislation and administrative rulemaking.

05/12/16

NW

NW16-014 Extension of Training Requirements

It is moved that: The SPEEA NW Regional Council excuses the following NW Regional Council Delagates from attending this year's SPEEA Refresher Training/Leadership and grants them a 4 month extension from today's date.

SPEEA Constitution 2.3.3 Training - requires a two thirds (2/3) majority vote of the Northwest Council

  • Michael Knopp
  • Jon Vanover
  • Daniel Artz
  • Deena Hougham
  • Bob Wilkerson
  • Michael Burdette
  • Tami Reichersamer
  • Steve Ellis
  • Shannon Deacon
  • James Applebee

 

04/14/16

SPEEA

M16-013 Representation of Air Safety Investigators

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves organizing the Boeing Air Safety Investigators into SPEEA.

04/14/16

NW

NW16-012 Motion Formation of the Young Members Committee (YMC)

It is moved that: The NW SPEEA Council approve a new committee, the Young Members Committee (YMC), effective immediately.

Revision to SPEEA Northwest Policy Manual accordingly:

Page III-3

Added
i. Northwest Young Members Committee - This committee will work with the NW Council in developing methods of outreach to young members coming into SPEEA. They will also work with the elected leadership, NW Council and staff to make SPEEA a more welcoming organization to our younger members, and to create opportunities for all members to develop into the SPEEA leaders of the future.

03/10/16

SPEEA

M16-011 Motion for proposed FAA Re-Authorization Bill

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves legislative efforts that support ensuring that all compliance finders/auditors/inspectors at MIDO, ACO, FBO, and other sub-organizations and all associated offices, national and international, meet common and required standards for knowledge, skills, and experience. Published ballot.

03/10/16

SPEEA

M16-010 Motion to Support Legislation to Repeal the proposed * 2018 Health Benefits Tax on employer sponsored health care plans.

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves the SPEEA 2016/17 fiscal year budget as submitted by the Executive Board. Published ballot.

03/10/16

SPEEA

M16-009 Proposed 2016/17 Budget for Fiscal Year APRIL 2016 Thru MARCH 2017

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves the SPEEA 2016/17 fiscal year budget as submitted by the Executive Board.

02/11/16

NW Prof BUC

NW16-008 Election of Prof Negotiation Team Alternates

It is moved that: to elect the slate of candidates as presented.

  • Daniel M. Peters
  • Evan P. Wipf

02/11/16

NW Prof BUC

NW16-007 Election of Prof Negotiation Team

It is moved that: to elect the slate of candidates as presented.

  • Shannon Deacon
  • Deena L. Hougham
  • Ryan Rule

02/11/16

NW Tech BUC

NW16-006 Election of Tech Negotiation Team Alternates

It is moved that: to elect the slate of candidates as presented.

  • Dan C. Nowlin
  • Dennis D. Davaz

02/11/16

NW Tech BUC

NW16-005 Election of Tech Negotiation Team

It is moved to elect the slate of candidates as presented.

  • Joel W. Funfar
  • Carolyn A. Brock
  • Brent E. McFarlane

01/14/16

SPEEA

M16-002 Proposed 2016/2017 Budget for SPEEA Council

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approve the proposed 2016/2017 SPEEA Council budget and submit the proposed budget to the SPEEA Executive Board for consideration and incorporation into the SPEEA budget.

01/14/16

SPEEA

M16-001 L&PA attendance at the National Conference of State Legislators Legislative Summit.

It is moved that: The SPEEA Council approves incorporating $15,000 and 160 hours compensated time into the SPEEA Council 2016/2017 budget and for the Legislative & Public Affairs committee attendance at the National Conference of State Legislators Legislative Summit.

01/13/16

NW Tech BUC

NW16-004

It is moved that: THE TECHNICAL BARGAINING UNIT COUNCIL RECOMMENDS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BARGAINING UNIT TO ACCEPT THE CONTRACT EXTENSION.

01/13/16

NW Prof BUC

NW16-003

It is moved that: THE PROFESSIONAL BARGAINING UNIT COUNCIL RECOMMENDS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BARGAINING UNIT TO ACCEPT THE CONTRACT EXTENSION.

 

 

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