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From the Treasurer: Antoinette Ryan-Johnson

I want to express my sincerest gratitude to each and every one of you for electing and entrusting me to fulfill the duties of treasurer of the City Union of Baltimore, Local 800. My name is Antoinette M. Ryan-Johnson, I am a seventeen-year employee of the City of Baltimore, the mother of one college-aged son and the god-mother of three younger children. I am also a licensed realtor in the state of Maryland. I have formerly held the positions of steward and area vice-president of the Baltimore City Police Department during my tenure with CUB. As your treasurer, it is my pledge to operate solely within the parameters of the union’s Constitution and Bylaws, to be financially responsible, and to perform every duty expected of me to the best of my ability.

We are working diligently and collaboratively to continue moving this union forward along its current path and to move it in some new directions. We must maintain the union voice that has been established by our past leadership and councils. It is this voice that has been instrumental in the success of CUB and it is the legacy of our union. We are working tirelessly to educate our members about the benefits of this union and to “Reclaim the Promise.” In saying that, we are asking for your individual participation. We simply ask that you attend a monthly meeting when you can, participate in a political action event when we need to mobilize, or become involved in any of our other activities. This union is only as strong as its membership and that membership is you!

In closing, I look forward to serving you as treasurer, I will always stand beside you as a union member, and we must always remember that there is strength in numbers and we do have a voice. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact the CUB office and leave me a message.

Fraternally yours,
Antoinette Ryan-Johnson
Summer, 2014


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