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1 AMENDMENT NO.2 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING NO.2 REGARDING THE BUILDING TRADES RANK AND FILE REPRESENTATION UNIT THIS AMENDMENT NO.2 to the Building Trades Rank and File Representation Unit Memorandum of Understanding No.2 is made and entered into this 26th day of October, 2009 BY AND BETWEEN THE HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS, OFFICES OR BUREAUS REPRESENTED HEREIN (hereinafter referred to as "Management") AND THE LOS ANGELES/ORANGE COUNTIES BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, AFL-CIO (hereinafter referred to a "Union")

2 AMENDMENT NO.2 BUILDING TRADES RANK AND FILE REPRESENTATION UNIT MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) NO.2 To reflect agreement reached by the parties on October 26 th,2009, in amending the MOU to extend the term ofthe MOU through June 30, 2014, and to provide for new salary effective dates and rates, Articles 1.1, 1.5, 1.6, 5.1,6.1,6.2, 7.2, 7.4, and Appendices A-J are hereby amended as follows. ARTICLE 1.1 RECOGNITION The second paragraph of Article 1.1 is amended in its entirety to read: The term "employee" or "employees" as listed herein, shall refer only to employees in the classifications listed in Appendices A through J as well as such classes as may be added hereafter to the Unit by the Employee Relations Board. All other provisions of Article 1.1 remain unchanged. ARTICLE 1.5 TERM The first paragraph of Article 1.5 is amended in its entirety to read: The term of this MOU shall commence on the date when the terms and conditions for its effectiveness, as set forth in Article 1.2, Implementation of Memorandum of Understanding, are fully met, but in no event shall said MOU become effective prior to 12:01 a.m. on September 1,2007. This MOU shall expire and otherwise be fully terminated at 11 :59 p.m. on June 30, All other provisions of Article 1.5 remain unchanged. ARTICLE 1.6 CALENDAR FOR SUCCESSOR MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Article 1.6 is amended in its entirety to read: In the event the Union or Management desires a successor MOU, said party shall serve upon the other during the period from April 1,2014, through April 14, 2014, its written proposals for such a successor MOU. Meet and confer sessions shall begin no later than thirty (30) calendar days following submittal of the proposals. 2

3 ARTICLE 5.1 WORK SCHEDULE A new Section C. is added to Article 5.1 to read: C. Notwithstanding any provisions above or the Los Angeles Administrative Code, the regular work schedules of full time employees listed in Appendices A - J will be 76.5 hours per payperiod commencing the first day of payperiod 10 (October 25, 2009) and ending the last day of payperiod 26 (June 19, 2010). Employees eligible for overtime pursuant to the affected Coalition MOU, shall continue to be credited only after 40 hours of compensated time in a workweek. If, due to operational necessity, a full time employee is assigned by Management to work more than 76.5 hours in any payperiod, his/herwork hours shall be reduced in future payperiods so that the employee's work hours will have been reduced for a total of 59.5 hours between October 25, 2009 and June 19, All other provisions of Article 5.1 remain unchanged. ARTICLE 6.1 SALARIES Article 6.1 is amended in its entirety to read: A. The parties to this MOU jointly recommend to the City Council approval of the salaries set forth in Appendices A through J. B. The salaries set forth in Appendices A through J shall become operative as follows: Appendix A Appendix A-1 Appendix B Appendix B-1 Appendix C Appendix C-1 Appendix D Appendix D-1 Appendix E Appendix E-1 Appendix F Appendix F-1 Appendix G Appendix G-1 Appendix H Appendix H-1 Appendix I Appendix J July 1, 2007 Exempt Classifications January 1, 2008 Exempt Classifications July 1,2008 Exempt Classifications July 1, 2009 Exempt Classifications July 1, 2010 Exempt Classifications July 1,2011 Exempt Classifications July 1,2012 Exempt Classifications July 1, 2013 Exempt Classifications Salary Notes Department of Transportation Loop Crew Employees 3

4 ADDITIONAL SALARY ADJUSTMENTS C. Employees in Classes with 5-Step Salary Ranges (Employees with Full-Time or Half-Time Status) 1. Effective January 1, 2012, Unit employees who have at least twelve (12) months of service at step 5 of the salary range in their current classification on or after January 1, 2012 shall receive a salary adjustment of 2.75%. 2. Effective January 1, 2013, Unit employees at step 5 of the salary range for their classification who received the salary adjustment provided for in C.1 above shall receive an additional salary adjustment of2.75% twelve months after receiving the adjustment in C Effective January 1, 2014, Unit employees at step 5 of the salary range for their classification who received the salary adjustment provided for in C.2 above shall receive an additional salary adjustment of2.75% twelve months after receiving the adjustment in C.2. The above adjustments shall be included in determining salary step placement under Los Angeles Administrative Code Section In classes where the pay grade description provides for automatic movement to a higher pay grade level after twelve months, if the effective date of the pay grade advancement is the same day as the effective date of a salary adjustment provided for in Subsection C. herein, the salary adjustment shall be included in determining placement on the salary range for the higher level pay grade. D. Employees Compensated at a Flat Hourly Rate (Employees with Full-Time or Half-Time Status) 1. Effective January 1, 2012, Unit employees in flat-rated classifications shall receive a salary adjustment of 2.75%. 2. Effective January 1, 2013, Unit employees in flat-rated classifications shall receive a salary adjustment of 2.75%. 3. Effective January 1, 2014, Unit employees in flat-rated classifications shall receive a salary adjustment of 2.75%. E. Employees with Intermittent Status (Employees in Salary Range or Flat Rated Classes) 1. Effective January 1, 2012, Unit employees with intermittent status who have been compensated for at least 1000 hours subsequent to July 1, 2007 shall receive a salary adjustment of 2.75%. 4

5 2. Effective January 1, 2013, Unit employees with intermittent status with 1000 hours of compensated time subsequent to the 2.75% adjustment provided for in E.1 above shall receive an additional salary adjustment of 2.75%. 3. Effective January 1,2014, Unit employees with intermittent status with 1000 hours of compensated time subsequent to the 2.75% adjustment provided for in E.2 above shall receive an additional salary adjustment of 2.75%. ADDITIONAL CASH PAYMENTS F. Full-Time Employees Only 1. A one-time cash payment will be provided between November 1, 2011, and December 31, 2011, in a single separate check as a lump slim, calculated at 1.75% of the employee's annual base salary rate (excluding bonuses) in effect as of November 1, A one-time cash payment will be provided between November 1, 2012, and December 31,2012, in a single separate check as a lump sum, calculated at 1.75% of the employee's annual base salary rate (excluding bonuses) in effect as of November 1, ARTICLE 6.2 OVERTIME A new section VI. is added to read: VI. Effective the start of the payperiod following City Council approval of this MOU amendment and ending June 30, 2010, employees may accumulate up to 240 hours of compensatory time off (CTO). Notwithstanding the language in section V. above, Management may require employees to use CTO at any time prior to June 30,2010. All other provisions of Article 6.2 remain unchanged. ARTICLE 7.2 RETIREMENT BENEFITS Paragraph A of Article 7.2 is amended in its entirety to read: A. Benefits Effective July 1,2007, through the beginning of the payperiod following the effective date of the ordinance implementing the Early Retirement Incentive Program, for employees hired prior to January 1, 1983, retirement benefits including the Beta Retirement formula and subsidies of: (1) one-half the employee's retirement contribution rates, and (2) an additional two-percent (2%) of compensation earnable after the one-half subsidy, shall be continued during the term of this MOU. For 5

6 employees hired January 1, 1983, and thereafter, the Beta Retirement Formula and a flat-rated employee retirement contribution of six percent (6%) shall be continued. Effective the beginning of the payperiod following the effective date of the ordinance implementing the Early Retirement Incentive Program through June 30, 2011, for employees hired prior to January 1, 1983, the Beta Retirement Formula shall be continued and a flat-rated employee retirement contribution of six percent (6%) shall be implemented. For employees hired January 1, 1983, and thereafter, the Beta Retirement Formula and a flat-rated employee retirement contribution of six percent (6%) shall be continued. Effective July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2026, for all employees regardless of their date of hire, the Beta Retirement Formula shall be continued and a flat-rated employee retirement contribution of 7.0 percent (7.0%) shall be implemented. The employee contribution rate shall return to 6% in accordance with the Early Retirement Incentive Program agreement dated October 26, All other provisions of Article 7.2 remain unchanged. ARTICLE 7.4 SICK LEAVE ALLOWANCE Article 7.4 is amended in its entirety to read: A. Commencing with the date of implementation of this MOU, Management's practices with regard to allowances for sick leave shall be in accordance with Sections 4.126, , and of the LAAC. B. January 2010 Excess Sick Leave Notwithstanding Section 4.126, subsection (b) of the LAAC, any sick leave at full pay remaining unused at the end of the 2009 calendar year, which, if added to an employee's accumulated sick leave at full pay, will exceed 800 hours, shall be compensated at 50% of the employee's salary rate in effect as of D.ecember 31,2009, with payment made to the employee during the fiscal year. 6

7 Except for the Articles and Appendices amended herein, all other Articles, provisions, and Appendices of the MOU and MOU Amendment No.1 shall remain in full force and effect during the new September 1, 2007 through June 30, 2014 term of the MOU. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused their duly authorized representatives to execute this Amendment No.2 to the MOU No.2 the day, month, and year written below. Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, Authorized Representative City of Los Angeles, Authorized Representative Robbie Hunter Council Representative IO!~b/o0 Date! 7 Mig I A. Santana City Administrative Officer /i-:z~/6r Date hc"'"lro\!0d as to li;'mm,j~'h.j;knl FOR THE CITY ATTORNEY: 10-2) -{If Date MOU

8 APPENDIX A Operative on July 1, 2007 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,933-67, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,631-61, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,108-48, Electrical Craft Helper ,108-48, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 2, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,493-54, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2476 (3) 57,629-64, Masonry Worker 2645 (3) 61,554-68, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 2, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 2, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 2, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 2, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 2, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 2, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

9 APPENDIX A Operative on July 1, 2007 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW

10 APPENDIX A - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2007, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 34.58

11 APPENDIX B Operative on January 1, 2008 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,997-68, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,634-62, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,901-49, Electrical Craft Helper ,901-49, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,390-55, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2525 (3) 58,777-65, Masonry Worker 2698 (3) 62,786-69, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 2, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 2, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 2, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 2, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 2, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 2, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

12 APPENDIX B Operative on January 1, 2008 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW

13 APPENDIX B-1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative, January 1, 2008, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 35.27

14 APPENDIXC Operative on July 1, 2008 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,647-70, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,158-64, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,727-56, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2601 (3) 60,531-67, Masonry Worker 2779 (3) 64,686-72, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 2, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 2, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 2, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

15 APPENDIXC Operative on July 1,2008 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW

16 APPENDIX C - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "D" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "D" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2008, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 36.33

17 APPENDIX D Operative on July 1, 2009 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,647-70, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,158-64, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,727-56, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2601 (3) 60,531-67, Masonry Worker 2779 (3) 64,686-72, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 2, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 2, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 2, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

18 APPENDIX D Operative on July 1,2009 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW

19 APPENDIX D - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1,2009, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 36.33

20 APPENDIX E Operative on July1, 2010 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,647-70, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,158-64, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper ,112-51, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,727-56, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2601 (3) 60,531-67, Masonry Worker 2779 (3) 64,686-72, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 2, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 2, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 2, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

21 APPENDIX E Operative on July 1, 2010 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3348 Ship Carpenter 3428 Sign Painter 3819 Signal Systems Electrician 3811 Street Lighting Electrician 3493 Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW

22 APPENDIX E - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2010, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 36.33

23 APPENDIX F Operative on July 1, 2011 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 2, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,359-72, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,724-66, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,344-52, Electrical Craft Helper ,344-52, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,105-58, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2680 (3) 62,369-69, Masonry Worker 2863 (3) 66,649-74, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 2, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 2, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 3, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 3, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 3, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

24 APPENDIX F Operative on July 1, 2011 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW 3, BW

25 APPENDIX F - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2011, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 37.42

26 APPENDIXG Operative on July 1, 2012 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 3, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,675-74, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 2, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,914-68, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,284-53, Electrical Craft Helper ,284-53, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 2, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 2, BW 3863 Electrician 2, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,170-59, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2741 (3) 63,788-71, Masonry Worker 2929 (3) 68,152-75, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 2, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 3, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 3, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 3, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 3, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 2, BW Senior Painter II 3, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 2, BW

27 APPENDIXG Operative on July 1, 2012 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3348 Ship Carpenter 3428 Sign Painter 3819 Signal Systems Electrician 3811 Street Lighting Electrician 3493 Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW 3, BW

28 APPENDIX G - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2012 the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 38.26

29 APPENDIX H Operative on July 1, 2013 CLASS SALARY CODE TITLE RANGE ANNUAL RANGE 3774 Air Conditioning Mechanic 3, BW 3684 Assistant Communications Electrician 2, BW 3818 Assistant Signal Systems Electrician 2, BW 3809 Assistant Street Lighting Electrician 2, BW 6147 Audio Visual Technician ,076-77, Cabinet Maker 2, BW 3344 Carpenter 2, BW 3418 Carpet Layer 2, BW 3353 Cement Finisher 2, BW 3686 Communications Electrician 3, BW 3685 Council Phone and Voic Technician ,127-70, Drawbridge Operator 2, BW 3812 Electrical Conduit Mechanic ,038-55, Electrical Craft Helper ,038-55, Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt HR 3841 Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3853 Electrical Repairer 3, BW 3863 Electrician 3, BW 0917 Electrician - Exempt HR 3866 Elevator Mechanic 3, BW 3860 Elevator Mechanic Helper ,132-62, Glazier 2, BW 3393 Locksmith 2852 (3) 66,378-73, Masonry Worker 3047 (3) 70,908-79, Painter 2, BW Painter II 2, BW Pile Driver Worker I 3, BW Pile Driver Worker II 3, BW 3433 Pipefitter 3, BW 3453 Plasterer 2, BW 3443 Plumber 3, BW 0965 Plumber - Exempt HR Police Surveillance Specialist I 3, BW 3758 Port Electrical Mechanic 3, BW 3756 A Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 B Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 1, BW 3756 C Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 D Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3756 E Port Electrical Mechanic Apprentice 2, BW 3476 Roofer 2, BW 3345 Senior Carpenter 3, BW 3638 Senior Communications Electrician 3, BW 3864 Senior Electrician 3, BW 3424 Senior Painter 3, BW Senior Painter II 3, BW 3444 Senior Plumber 3, BW 3477 Senior Roofer 2, BW 3776 Senior Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW 3775 Sheet Metal Worker 3, BW

30 APPENDIX H Operative on July 1, 2013 CLASS CODE TITLE SALARY RANGE ANNUAL RANGE Ship Carpenter Sign Painter Signal Systems Electrician Street Lighting Electrician Tile Setter Wastewater Treatment Electrician I Wastewater Treatment Electrician II 2, BW 2, BW 3, BW 3, BW 2, BW 3, BW 3, BW

31 APPENDIX H - 1 EXEMPT CLASSIFICATIONS In July 1986 Schedule "0" of Section 4.61 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code was repealed as a result of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Schedule "0" permitted periodic wage rate changes for certain exempt classes to reflect wage movements in private sector labor agreements. Wage rates for the following exempt classes will not be included in Schedule "A" and will be tied to salaries for regular Building Trades employees. The classes contained in this Appendix are listed here for salary purposes only and are not represented by the Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council. Operative July 1, 2013, the following salaries shall be effective: Code No Title Electrical Craft Helper - Exempt Electrician - Exempt Plumber - Exempt Hourly Rate $ $ $ 39.81

32 APPENDIX I - SALARY NOTES The following notes (A) should apply to employees in the Department of Airports only: A-1. One (1) person in the class of Senior Carpenter, Code 3345, shall receive 4 %% higher salary than the incumbent of the highest compensated class regularly and directly supervised. A-2. Employees in the class of Locksmith, Code 3393, who have completed twelve months of service in the Department of Airports, and who is required to work on Computerized Access Control and Alarm Monitoring Card Entry System, shall receive salary at the second premium level rate above the appropriate step of the salary range prescribed for the class. The following notes (B) shall apply to employees in the Harbor Department only: B-1. B-2. Whenever a Pile Driver Worker I, Code , is assigned duties of a position in the same class for which a higher rate of compensation is prescribed, such employee shall receive compensation at the higher rate for each full work shift so assigned. Whenever any employee, except an employee in the class of Pile Driver Worker I or II, Code or -2, is required to perform the duties listed below during more than 50% of a work shift, such employee shall receive compensation for the work shift at the second premium level above the appropriate step rate of the salary range for the class. 1. Working on a swing stage, bosun's chair or hydraulic lift platform; or 2. Working above the road level on the superstructure of the Badger Avenue Bridge, a high water tank, cargo mast or on an incinerator stack; or 3. Applying coal-tar pitch; or 4. Operating compressed air spraying apparatus to spray emulsified asphalt or weed control chemical from a moving vehicle; or 5. Working on a container crane, excluding ascending and descending via a normal access route to and from the machinery house, and also excluding all work performed in the machinery house of the container crane; or 6. Climbing, descending, and working on floodlight poles over 60 feet in height.

33 8-3. Whenever an employee is required to work rescheduled work shift made necessary due to changing tides, he/she shall receive salary at the appropriate overtime rate for each full hour worked prior to his/her regular starting time; and or his/her regular quitting time; provided, however, that such overtime rate shall not include shift differential premium pay for night work unless the employee is regularly assigned, as defined in Section 4.75 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, to receive this premium Any employee in the class of Locksmith, Code 3393, who has completed twelve months of service in the Harbor Department, who is required to work more than 50% of the time during a work shift on Computerized Access Control and Monitoring Card Entry System, shall receive eight dollars ($8.00) for each shift when so assigned Whenever an employee in the class of Container Crane Mechanic, Code 3758, has a structural steel welders certificate, said employee shall receive the equivalent of three premium levels (8.25%) above the regular salary rate for his/her class Whenever a Pile Driver Worker lor II, Code or 2, has a certificate qualifying that employee as a Professional Diver, said employee shall receive the equivalent of two premium levels (5.5%) above the regular salary rate for his/her class for each day that such employee actually performs diving work Whenever any Electrician, Code 3863, or Senior Electrician, Code 3864, employed in the Harbor Department and assigned to work on a Crane Maintenance Crew, such employee shall receive in addition to regular and premium compensation for that class twenty three dollars ($23.00) additional compensation for each day of such assignment Whenever anyone person employed in the class of Ship Carpenter, Code 3348, is assigned by management to act as a lead worker over other employees in the same classification, such employee shall receive compensation at the second premium level rate above the appropriate step of the salary range prescribed for the class for each day so assigned. The following notes (C) shall apply to employees in the Information Technology Agency only: C-1. Whenever any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, when regularly assigned to the Public Safety Dispatch Section of ITA, such employee shall receive one additional premium level in addition to all other compensation per pay period.

34 C-2. C-3. C-4. C-5. C-6. C-7. C-8. Communications Electricians, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, when assigned to the Mt. Lee facility, shall receive $10.00 extra per pay period in addition to all regular and premium compensation. Whenever a Communication Electrician, Code 3868, is required to ride in a City aircraft to test radio equipment, he/she shall receive $12.00 extra per work shift for each such duty is performed in addition to all other regular and premium compensations. Whenever a Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, is assigned to ride in any City aircraft to supervise testing the radio equipment in such aircraft, such employee shall receive $12.00 for each day that such work is performed, in addition to his/her regular and premium compensation. An employee in the class of Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, when regularly assigned responsibility for the work of subordinate employees in the Fire Command and Control Center or the Systems Monitor Operator Console in the City Hall East Emergency Operations Center, said employees will be compensated in the amount of forty five dollars and seventeen cents ($45.17) per pay period. Any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, who is assigned to the Avionics Section for training towards a FAA Repairman Certificate, shall receive, in addition to all other regular and premium compensation, additional compensation of $1.00 per hour for each hour so assigned over the appropriate salary for the class. Any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, who is regularly assigned full time to the Avionics Section, and is in possession of a FAA Repairman Certificate valid at the City's Avionics facilities, shall receive, in addition to all regular and premium compensation, an additional 5.5% over the appropriate salary for the class. Any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, who is regularly assigned full time to the Avionics Section, and is in possession of both an FCC Radiotelephone License and a FAA Radio Repairman Certificate valid at the City's Avionics facilities, and is designated by the Director of Communications (the Accountable Manager of the Repair Station) as an inspector, shall receive, in addition to all regular and premium compensation, an additional 8.25% over the appropriate salary for the class.

35 C-9. Operative at the start of the payroll period following Council adoption of this MOU, any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, or Senior Communications Electrician, Code 3638, who is regularly assigned full time to the Avionics Section, and is in possession of both an FCC Radiotelephone License and a FAA Radio Repairman Certificate valid at the City's Avionics facilities, and is designated by the Director of Communications (the Accountable Manager of the Repair Station) as a Quality Assurance Manager, shall receive, in addition to all regular and premium compensation, an additional 13.5% over the appropriate salary for the class. C-10. Operative July 1, 2008, any Communications Electrician, Code 3686, who is regularly assigned full time to the Council Audio Group, shall receive, in addition to all regular and premium compensation, an additional 10% over the appropriate salary for the class. D. Whenever a Plumber, Code 3443, is regularly assigned to test backflow devices, he/she shall be reimbursed the cost of his/her County-issued backflow testers license. E. Upon determination by Department of Transportation management that any Signal Systems Electrician, Code 3819, possesses additional skills above class requirements in the areas of electronic theory, computer basics and diagnostics necessary to the preparation and repair of microprocessor units, including but not limited to the Type 170 traffic controller, and when such employee is assigned to the Controller Preparation Laboratory or the Controller Repair Laboratory, said employee will be compensated in the amount of $41.05 extra in addition to all other regular and premium compensation per pay period. F. Whenever a Masonry Worker, Code 3451, is required to operate a pavement breaker, jackhammer, or earth tamper, such employee shall, in addition to his/her regular and premium compensation, receive seventy-five cents ($.75) per hour for each full hour or portion thereof of such operation. G. Whenever an employee in the class of Street Lighting Electrician, Code 3811, Assistant Street Lighting Electrician, Code 3809, or Electrical Craft Helper, Code 3799, is assigned to pedestrian tunnel work for more than 50% of a work shift, such employee shall receive additional compensation at the second premium level above the rate of pay for the class for each day so assigned. H. One employee in the class of Electrical Craft Helper, Code 3799, when regularly assigned, as defined in Section 4.75 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, to traffic signal head construction shall receive in addition to his/her regular and

36 premium compensation, five percent (5%) above the rate of pay for the class for each day so assigned. I. Whenever a Masonry Worker, Code 3451, is assigned to replace or realign manhole covers, such employee shall, in addition to his/her regular and premium compensation, receive salary at the second premium level rate above the appropriate step rate of the salary range prescribed for this class for each day so assigned. J. Whenever a Plumber, Code 3443, or Senior Plumber, Code 3444, is assigned to work full time at any wastewater treatment plant of the Bureau of Sanitation, such employee shall, in addition to his/her regular and premium compensation, receive salary at the second premium level rate above the appropriate step rate of the salary range prescribed for his/her class. K. Whenever a Communications Electrician, Code 3686, employed in the Police Department, is assigned to stake-out detail, such employee shall receive $10.20 for each day of such assignment in addition to his/her regular and premium compensation. L. Whenever any Unit member pays a fee for any permit or license required by an appointing authority after an incumbent member first obtained his/her position, said fee shall be reimbursed by the City. This provision is exclusive of any permit or license mandated by any agency outside the appointing authority. Any dispute over this provision is not grievable and shall be resolved by the CAO and the Building Trades Council. M. One Communications Electrician, Code 3686, in the Los Angeles Convention Center when regularly assigned to set-up and operate sound system equipment shall be compensated $60.00 extra per pay period. N. Whenever an Electrician, Code 3863, in the Los Angeles Convention Center is assigned lead worker duties in the set-up or removal of exhibition related electrical appurtenances, shall receive $1.75 per hour for each hour so assigned. O. Whenever an employee, otherthan a Pile Driver Worker lor II, Code or2, is assigned to work with pressure treated creosote lumber for more than 50% of a work shift, shall receive $6.00 extra per work shift. P. Whenever a qualified licensed employee is assigned to operate construction equipment for more than 50% of a work shift and such operation is not part of

37 his/her normal job duties, he/she shall receive fifty cents ($.50) per hour over and above the normal salary rate. The term "qualified" means an employee who possesses the necessary license(s) issued by the Department of Building and Safety that permits the operation of such construction equipment as the employee has been assigned to operate. Any management decision pertaining to this interpretation, application and/or administration of this bonus shall be final and conclusive and shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. Q A Painter I, Code , or Painter II, Code , who performs duties more than fifty percent (50%) of his/her time in anyone working day working on a scaffold more than twenty five feet (25 ft.) in height, shall receive salary at the second premium level rate (5.5%) above the appropriate step rate of the salary range prescribed for this class for each day so assigned. R. Any Painter, Code 3423, who is required to perform drywall taping for more than fifty percent (50%) of the time during a work shift, shall receive eight dollars ($8.00) for each shift when so assigned. S. Whenever a Painter, Code 3423, is assigned to operate a spray gun or similar machinery for the application of paint for more than fifty percent (50%) of the time, shall receive a five percent (5%) bonus above regular pay for each day so assigned.

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