HEALTH INSURANCE CHANGES, EFFECTIVE 1/1/2019
As discussed in our ratification meetings, our Local dinner meetings and also in the Work Force newspaper, CSEA Judiciary falls under the health insurance benefits as negotiated by CSEA Executive Branch. With the ratification of the CSEA Executive Branch contract yesterday, the negotiated Health Insurance changes will become effective on 1/1/19. The links below have both a “highlight” sheet and a more detailed listing of changes. The “detailed” document shows columns with what the previous contract reflected for the specified benefit, the next column showing what NYS was proposing to change it to, then finally the last column shows what the new agreement reached/ratified will result in as of 1/1/19. Be certain to refer to the final column when analyzing the changes (not the proposed changes by the State). Please note that the percentage of contribution the State makes towards employees’ biweekly health insurance premiums will remain the same.
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 email@example.com by September 1st. Vendors have been invited to attend. Visit with vendors between 4:30-6:00, dinner meeting to start at 6:00.
SAVE THE DATES – UPCOMING MEETINGS
Chemung County/Elmira – Tuesday, September 26th, Lib’s Supper Club.
Otsego County/Cooperstown – Wednesday, October 11th, the Otesaga.