COURT CLERK & SR. COURT CLERK EXAMS
(Kathy Guild, CSEA Dep. Director of Contract Administration)
CSEA received notification (see link below) from UCS regarding the upcoming Senior Court Clerk, JG 21, and Court Clerk, JG 18, exams, to be given in March 2018.
Whether your are required to swipe in through Kronos or not required to swipe in, your certified time sheet should accurately reflect the hours/times that you were/were not working. If you are not present during working hours and certify that you in fact were present, you risk investigation by the Inspector General’s office and facing very serious disciplinary charges.
REMINDER - BINGHAMTON RUMBLE PONIES – CSEA LOCAL 334 NIGHT, AUG. 31ST
Come see the Binghamton Rumble Ponies vs. Erie Sea Wolves on Thursday, August 31st at 6:35 p.m. Members attend FREE and guests are $15. We have reserved the 3rd Base Terrace Table Seating section, which includes the game ticket, entrée, side and beverage. A limited number of tickets are available, so call Tammy Witteman NOW to make your reservations, first come basis! Call Tammy at 607-240-5801 (Broome Co. Court) for further information and tickets.
LEWIS COUNTY DINNER MEETING – SEPTEMBER 7TH
We will be holding an informational dinner meeting on Thursday, September 7th, 2017, at Steak N Brew, 4497 NY 26, Turin. The meeting is open to all members of the Local. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by this Friday, September 1st. Vendors have been invited to attend. Visit with vendors between 4:30-6:00, dinner meeting to start at 6:00.
SEPTEMBER 9TH, BINGHAMTON CLAMBAKE
Our Annual CSEA Combined Locals Clambake in Binghamton will take place on Saturday, September 9th at Mountain Top Grove, 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. There will be tons of food, live music, raffles, door prizes, 50-50 and more. No tickets sold at the door, so make your reservations with Tammy by calling 607-240-5801. Reservation deadline is August 30th. See the attached flyer for complete details.
PROPOSED NYS CONSITUTIONAL CONVENTION – VOTE NO!
On Election Day 2017, November 7th, voters in New York will be given a referendum on the ballot regarding a proposed New York State Constitutional Convention to be held in the future. The vote this year will be whether there should be a Constitutional Convention in the future. We must educate all of our members, families and friends about the risks and costs involved, particularly as State employees. What type of risks? Changes to our pensions, union rights and more. Who would make these decisions? Only those that could afford an expensive campaign to be voted in as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Talk with your family, friends and neighbors – New York State does NOT want or need a Constitutional Convention!