CSLEA Member Services Visits Conservationists in Stockton

STOCKTON – On April 17, 2017, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Member Services Representatives George Pina and Marco Castro visited the California Conservation Corps facility in Stockton to talk with CSLEA/Association of Conservationist Employees (ACE) Members Patrick Baker and Aaron Bayhon.

“This is the second time in the past week in which our CSLEA member services representatives have had a chance to drop in at a CCC worksite, and speak with our conservationist members,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona.  “This is a great opportunity to check in and discuss issues such as equipment, salary, assignments, and scheduling.  I thank members Baker and Bayhon for communicating with our reps and filling them in on items that should be brought to our attention.”

Conservationists are given emergency assignments that often take them away from home for weeks at a time.  They assist with disaster and emergency response including flooding and fires.  They also work to protect California’s natural resources.   CSLEA would like to thank CCC conservationists for their services to the Golden State.


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