County Adopts Union Contracts

Mar 15, 2016

Home healthcare worker Lola Felix (at podium) addresses the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday afternoon, flanked by a number of her co-workers.
Credit Bruce Robinson, KRCB

  After county workers voted to ratify new contracts last week, it was up to the Board of Supervisors to affirm the agreements at their weekly meeting Tuesday. Which they did. 

Supervisor James Gore joined in the Supervisors’ sympathetic response to the home health workers’ declaration they would continue to press for a $15 per hour minimum wage, playfully offering to help them take their case to the state Capitol.