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June 17th Weekend update - Father's Day/Dodgers/Bear Classic

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel

This Sunday is Fathers Day
Happy Fathers Day!

Fathers' Day: is a celebration that started in 1910 honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Fathers' Day was created to complement Mother's Day, a celebration that honors mothers and motherhood.

Sunday we can take time to let it all go and celebrate "Father's". 

Whether it is our sons and daughters celebrating us as fathers, or remembering fathers who have passed, fathers who raised sisters and brothers now on the job, fathers that mentored, encouraged and led us all to take on one of the greatest careers in the world; take time to celebrate all that we have and remember our fathers. 

We all have so much to be thankful for and we are proud to be part of one of the greatest "Unions" of men and women who make up the heart and soul of the Los Angeles County Fire Department.  We are among the best in the world at what we do, and we work hard to accomplish everything we do as we serve the citizens.  Celebrate and remember the different roles fathers have played in who and where we are today as members of this "Union of Firefighters, Paramedics and Fire Personnel".  How sweet it is!

Your Local 1014 Executive Board wishes all of the "Father's" a "Happy Father's Day" and as always remember to celebrate responsibly... Be safe and smart whether at work or at home.  You all know what that means; we speak to it often... live it.  Enjoy your weekend!

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Firefighter Appreciation Night at Dodger Stadium

Come celebrate your profession and be celebrated by the Dodgers and fans, all for a good cause. The Los Angeles Dodgers will again host its Annual Firefighter Appreciation Night on June 21st against the Washington Nationals. CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets NOW.

Firefighter Appreciation Night

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Washington Nationals

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Dodger Stadium

Exclusive Pre-Game Party - 5:00pm
Game time - 7:10pm

More than 3,500 firefighter appreciation tickets were sold at the last Firefighter Appreciation Night with the Giants to support the Foundation. With 200 tickets sold for Firefighter Appreciation Night with the Dodgers, we need to up our game!!

With your ticket you will be able to:

Make it a family night and show your kids the joy of a baseball game while they see the support the Dodgers and the community have for firefighters.

Enjoy a VIP Party with family and friends at the exclusive all you can eat pre-party from 5pm-7pm.

Show off your gift - a Firefighter Themed T-shirt!

...and best of all, watch the Dodgers battle the Nationals.

Everyone will enjoy this one of a kind event while supporting a good cause so get your tickets now! CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.

Coming from far away? Why not rent a bus and bring a whole group of family and friends!

Proceeds Benefit the California Fire Foundation

Note: In order to get access to the exclusive pregame party, and have a portion of your ticket proceeds go back to the Foundation, you must purchase VIP ticket package from the link above.

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The Bear Classic
Saturday, June 25th

The Bear Classic Tournament will be held once again at La Mirada Regional Park.  This is a great event where over 900 people attended last year.  These are our families.  A great day for fun and softball.  All proceeds benefit OUR LA County Fire Explorer program.

This year there is an big addition....after years of threats, the Chief Officers have finally stepped up and put a team in the tournament. This will be the year to come watch if you are not playing.

This event is one of the biggest events our department has. It is a great event for all to attend.

There will be a mobile rock climbing wall, Shakey Quakey, Amp Radio, Monster Energy Drink Event Team and 7-UP event team.  There are great raffle prizes so be prepared to bid on amazing items.  F&A Federal CU, OUR Credit Union, will be there to answer questions or sign you or your kids up for a new account or that loan you need...

1014 Medical will also be there with our different vendors to answer questions and hand out information about the medical plan and your health

Local 1014 will be providing the food for the event.

The address of the park is:

13701 S. Adelfa Dr.
La Mirada, CA 90638

See you there...A great day for the kids (both young and old)

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2016 MDA Fill the Boot postponement

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel

MDA Fill The Boot

Our annual Fill the Boot to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association starting Friday June 10th through Sunday, June 12 has been postponed until a later date in 2016.

The Los Angeles County L1014 Executive Board will be meeting with the MDA leadership staff during next month's board meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, July 5 to review the logistics for the event and select a new set of dates for this fall. Please know that we did not come to this decision easily, and unfortunately due to limited staffing and preparation, we felt that in order to be successful we needed a longer timeline to execute the objectives of the event. 

The MDA Fill the Boot program is a long standing tradition with Firefighters and L1014. Our goal is to raise funds and support the mission, and we greatly appreciate the continued support of our members and department in achieving this goal. We look forward to sharing the new dates with you next month.

In Solidarity,

Local 1014 Executive Board

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June 7, 2016 Los Angeles County Primary election results

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel



Local 1014 endorsed and supported many candidates and issues in the Tuesday June 7th Primary Election and we were very effective in helping shape the future of the elected officials who have an impact on our membership and our issues.

We used our influence and strength to work hard in National, State and Local Elections to get results that landed 100% of our candidates and issues in the win column!

No races were more important than elections for our County Board of Supervisors and Mark Ridley Thomas, who we worked so hard to help put in office ran unopposed and secured another term in office.

We endorsed Janice Hahn to replace Don Knabe in the 4th District and she won handily but will be in a runoff in the November General Election. We also endorsed Kathryn Barger to replace Mike Antonovich in the 5th District and she also won handily and will be in a runoff election in November.

We have much to do to finish the job in November, but our efforts and influence in these two races were key to the victories. We partnered with our Sheriff's Deputies from ALADS to run a campaign for Kathryn Barger and we thank them for their alliance with us. It should be noted that their Supervisors Union PPOA did not endorse and stayed out of the race, which put the burden of the effort on ALADS and PPOA. We hope to have them on board for the General Election.

Kamala Harris, our statewide endorsed candidate for US Senator won with a large margin, and will be in the General Election against Loretta Sanchez. We will help lead the way to her victory in November. We also won in every state election with all candidates either winning outright in the primary or making it into the runoff in November. We partnered with our CPF brothers and Sisters in most state races.

We also endorsed Carson City Measure C, a User Utility Tax extension to continue the revenue and the measure passed by a large margin. We supported Santa Clarita Community College District Measure E, to upgrade College of the Canyons Classrooms and facilities and it passed with a large margin as well. We opposed Pomona Measure Y, a digital signsiInitiative which had no provisions for monies to go to fire, but rather only to police as well as the deal was a bad deal for Pomona. This measure failed by a large margin.

To see the complete Los Angeles County results CLICK HERE.

Thank you to all Local 1014 Members for your continued support and our solidarity to be able to have such a powerful impact on the political action and legislation affecting our wages, hours and working conditions. We will keep you updated on the next phases of our work to ensure our endorsed candidates come out on top in the General Election in November.

In solidarity,

Local 1014 Executive Board

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Local 1014 June 7, 2016 VOTER GUIDE

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel

June 7, 2016 Local 1014 Primary Election Endorsements

The June 7, 2016 Primary Election is Around the Corner in California and we would like to share Los Angeles County Fire Fighters Local 1014 Recommendations and Endorsements for the Elections. The most important elections we are working on are the County Board of Supervisors Races, District 4 and 5. These two races will replace Supervisors Mike Antonovich (District 5) and Don Knabe (District 4). These two positions will add to the firefighter friendly structure of the Board of Supervisors. We are involved in a very heavy Firefighter and Sheriff Union alliance to help elect Kathryn Barger in the 5th. You will see our television commercials, hear our radio adds, see us on social media and receive our print mail if you live or work in District 5. We are also heavily invested in helping Janice Hahn to win in the 4th as well.

Local 1014 and the IAFF and the CPF have considered Fire Fighter Union Issues and made the following recommendations and endorsements for this Primary Election and we respectfully ask for you to consider your paycheck items and the votes needed to protect our profession as you make your selections. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any Union Board Member.

Thank You in advance for Voting and making a difference.

Local 1014 Executive Board

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

District 4 - Janice Hahn (D) - Kenny Hahn's Daughter and Longtime Local 1014 and California Fire Fighter Supporter. (Don Knabe's Seat)
District 5 - Kathryn Barger (R) - Champion of LA County Firefighter Issues including HALTING CELL TOWERS AT LAC FIRE STATIONS. (Mike Antonovich's Seat)

Presidential Election

IAFF - No Recommendation for the Primary Election - Both Republican and Democratic Candidates did not take support positions on Fire Fighter Issues in the Primary to warrant an endorsement. The IAFF will reconsider endorsing in the General Election.

CA Senate

Attorney General Kamala Harris - Longtime friend and ally of Local 1014 and California Firefighters protecting our PENSIONS, right to collectively bargain and in Attorney General Opinions as the State's Attorney.

US Congress
44th Congressional District (CD) - Isadore Hall - Longtime friend of Local 1014 and California Firefighters. Open Seat.
26th CD - Julia Brownley - Incumbent (I)
28th CD - Adam Schiff - (I)
30th CD - Brad Sherman - (I)
32nd CD - Grace Napalitano - (I)
33rd CD - Ted Lieu - (I)
34th CD - Xavier Becerra - (I)
35th CD - Norma Torres - (I)
37th CD - Karen Bass - (I)
38th CD - Linda Sanchez - (I)
40th CD - Lucille Royball-Allard - (I)
43rd CD - Maxine Waters - (I)
47th CD - Alan Lowenthal - (I)

City Political Action

Oppose Measure Y - Pomona Electronic Bill Boards - No Revenue for Fire - Citizens Oppose and Only Pomona PD to receive any Public Safety Money

Support Measure C - Carson - Extension of a User Utility Tax Until 2023 - Fee for Service City with Revenue for Their Contract with LA Co FD

We have No City Council or Mayoral Races This Cycle, but we will be involved with Elections in Pomona, Malibu and Palmdale in November.

College of the Canyons Bond Measure
Measure E will improve facilities for firefighting, law enforcement, EMT and nursing programs by creating a Center for Public Safety & Health Sciences to expand the college's successful fire technology (pre-service and in-service) program.

California State Endorsements

State Assembly
AD 01: Brian Dahle (R)
AD 02: Jim Wood (D)
AD 03: No Endorsement
AD 04: Dan Wolk (D)
AD 05: Frank Bigelow (R)
AD 06: No Recommendation
AD 07: Kevin McCarty (D)
AD 08: Ken Cooley (D)
AD 09: Jim Cooper (D)
AD 10: No Endorsement
AD 11: Jim Frazier (D)
AD 12: Heath Flora (R)
AD 13: Susan Eggman (D)
AD 14: Mae Torlakson (D)
AD 15: Tony Thurmond (D)
AD 16: Cheryl Cook-Kallio (D)
AD 17: David Chiu (D)
AD 18: Rob Bonta (D)
AD 19: Phil Ting (D)
AD 20: Bill Quirk (D)
AD 21: Adam Gray (D)
AD 22: Kevin Mullin (D)
AD 23: Jim Patterson (R)
AD 24: Neutral
AD 25: Kansen Chu (D)
AD 26: No Endorsement
AD 27: Ash Kalra (D)
AD 28: Evan Low (D)
AD 29: Mark Stone (D)
AD 30: Neutral
AD 31: Joaquin Arambula (D)
AD 32: Rudy Salas, Jr. (D)
AD 33: Jay Obernolte (R)
AD 34: No Recommendation
AD 35: No Recommendation
AD 36: No Endorsement
AD 37: Monique Limon (D)
AD 38: Neutral
AD 39: Raul Bocanegra (D)
AD 40: Marc Steinorth (R)
AD 41: Chris Holden (D)
AD 42: Chad Mayes (R)
AD 43: Ardy Kassakhian (D)
AD 44: Jacqui Irwin (D)
AD 45: Matt Dababneh (D)
AD 46: Adrin Nazarian (D)
AD 47: No Endorsement
AD 48: Bryan Urias (D)
AD 49: Edwin Chau (D)
AD 50: Richard Bloom (D)
AD 51: Jimmy Gomez (D)
AD 52: Freddie Rodriguez (D)
AD 53: Miguel Santiago (D)
AD 54: Sebastian Ridley-Thomas (D)
AD 55: Ray Marquez (R)
AD 56: Eduardo Garcia (D)
AD 57: Ian Calderon (D)
AD 58: Cristina Garcia (D)
AD 59: Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D)
AD 60: Eric Linder (R)
AD 61: Jose Medina (D)
AD 62: Autumn Burke (D)
AD 63: Anthony Rendon (D)
AD 64: Mike Gipson (D)
AD 65: Sharon Quirk-Silva (D)
AD 66: Al Muratsuchi (D)
AD 67: No Endorsement
AD 68: No Recommendation
AD 69: Tom Daly (D)
AD 70: Patrick O’Donnell (D)
AD 71: Randy Voepel (R)
AD 72: No Endorsement
AD 73: No Endorsement
AD 74: No Endorsement
AD 75: Marie Waldron (R)
AD 76: Rocky Chavez (R)
AD 77: Brian Maienschein (R)
AD 78: Todd Gloria (D)
AD 79: Shirley Weber (D)
AD 80: Lorena Gonzalez (D)
State Senate
SD 01: Ted Gaines (R)
SD 03: Bill Dodd (D)
SD 05: Cathleen Galgiani (D)
SD 07: No Endorsement
SD 09: Neutral
SD 11: Scott Wiener (D)
SD 13: Jerry Hill (D)
SD 15: Jim Beall (D)
SD 17: Bill Monning (D)
SD 19: Hannah Beth-Jackson (D)
SD 21: No Recommendation
SD 23: No Endorsement
SD 25: Anthony Portantino (D)
SD 27: Neutral
SD 29: Neutral
SD 31: Richard Roth (D)
SD 33: Ricardo Lara (D)
SD 35: Steven Bradford (D)
SD 37: No Endorsement
SD39: Toni Atkins (D)
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Memorial Day 2016

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel

IAFF Fire Fighters Thank Those Who Have Sacrificed For Us
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As we rest over this weekend, we must take time to remember those who have sacrificed so much to protect our way of life as Americans. Please join the entire Local 1014 Executive Board as we pause this weekend to reflect and remember all of the military personnel who have served or are serving our great Country. In all branches of service, Americans have proudly sacrificed so much to make America the greatest Country in the world. We proudly protect and serve the citizens within our great Country it is important to remember those who protect us and those who have given their all so that we may prosper and have the freedoms we enjoy.

These individuals come from all walks of life. As we set out to enjoy this long three day weekend, take time to watch the tributes. Look at a waving American Flag as you roll down the road. Don't let the sacrifices that are represented pass through you easily this weekend. Let the history of this Country and the memories of those who have served and given their all cause you to slow down and deeply reflect and pay your respects, pay our respects.

We would also like to once again take a moment to remind our membership to Drink Responsibly this weekend. This weekend traditionally sees a lot of travel and with that a high level of alcohol related accidents. Don’t let yourself be one of those individuals who finds themselves in trouble. Limit your drinking! If you make a mistake and have too much to drink, think you might have impairment from drinking, or if you know you will be having a few and be over the limit, DON'T DRIVE. Get a room. Get a cab. Get a driver.

Please also make the effort to put away the phone, food and any other distractions that impair your driving. Keep you and your family safe and sound. Thank you to all members who will be on the line this weekend protecting and serving our citizens in Los Angeles County.

Local 1014 Salutes all those who have served and we remember your sacrifice.

On Saturday May 21, 2016 LACFD and Local 1014 along with the AOC once again honored those members of 1014 who have sacraficed all to protect the citizens of LA County. The event had many uniformed FF's in attendance to pay their respects. Below are a few pictures from the event.


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