August 2, 2021

Delegate Letter

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

Local 3634 is conducting an IN-PERSON DELEGATE ELECTION on August 21, 2021, during the General Membership meeting for the 2021 AFSCME District Council 36 Biennial Convention. The delegate will represent our local at convention, authorized to vote on behalf of the local, must be willing to volunteer for at least one committee at convention and attend workshops. The election process involves on-site nomination and voting conducted via secret ballot; ONE delegate will be elected. Anyone interested must be physically present at our new building located at 3375 E. Slauson in Vernon at 10 am. The results will be given at the close of the August General Membership meeting.

The convention is October 15 – 17, 2021 in San Jacinto, California. Please be advised this convention requires your presence and participation for the entire weekend. Local 3634 requires all delegates to arrive no later than noon on October 15, 2021, to participate in the workshops. 

Our Local will sponsor up to four guests that are interested in getting involved in the union and wish to attend the convention. The local will cover all cost related to attending the convention including room, per diem (if applicable), lost time, and travel. The guests will be expected to attend workshops and attend the convention activities. 

All members in good standing are eligible to be a part of the election process. We welcome everyone to participate. If you have any questions, please contact AFSCME Local 3634 via email and a member of the executive board will assist. 


Veronica Gunn
Recording Secretary
(626) 485-0707


2021 Officer Election


Tentative Agreement

1.  Appendix A, #7 will call for an additional wage increase on July 1, 2022 of 3.5% and on July 1, 2023 of 3.5% for all AFSCME bargaining unit employees.

2.  The Collective Bargaining Agreement will remain in effect until June 30, 2024.

3.  Except as listed above, all provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between LACMTA and AFSCME will remain in effect.