Contract Negotiations Listening Tour

The present CSEA NYS contract expires April 1, 2016.  This is an opportunity for you to hear about the contract negotiations that will be taking place on your behalf.  Please come and listen.  You will have an opportunity to ask questions too.

Thursday October 22, 2015
11:30am - 1:00pm
Ballroom A, SAC Center

Friday, October 23, 2015
11:30am - 1:00pm
Lecture Hall 2, Level 2, HSC

CSEA Local 614
A04313 / S04124

First- please call your local Assembly Representative, and State Senator and urge their support.
Secondly- call Assemly Speaker Carl Heastie at (518) 455-4800, and Senate President Dean Skelos at (518) 455-3171 and urge them to "get the Bills language into the budget resolution".

The legislation is currently awaiting action by the Governor.
This bipartisan bill would allow all honorably discharged military veterans to buy-back up to 3 years of pension credit for their military service.
Currently, veterans who served outside of specified time periods and locations are not eligible to receive the same benefit.

CSEA Local 614 Honors Veterans

Some members of the CSEA Local 614 Veterans Committee were present for a Veterans Day Ceremony that was held at the flagpoles outside Stony Brook University Medical Center. During the ceremony all Veterans of the United States Armed Forces were remembered and honored for their service. After the ceremony the Veterans were invited to attend a breakfast that Union Officers hosted to honor the Veterans.

Pictured are left to right: Glenn Pelkofski, James Tissot, Randall Thomas, Freddie Eddins, Frank Lombardi and in front, Justin Spero. Not in picture but present, Maryann Phelps
click image for Veterans poem




2015 Fishing Trip

Another great fishing trip brought to you by CSEA Local 614's Mens Committee. Click here to view a slideshow of the fun we had!

 Attention Members
Don't forget to check out some helpful information on our Test Booklets page and our Leave Donations page.

Local 614 Member Receives
Lifesaver Award

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On Monday, April 15th, the Massive Transfusion protocol was needed for a critical trauma patient. The clerk ran up to the blood bank and found the door locked. There is an ID entrance to the blood bank, but it is remote from the door and easily overlooked.

The next day Jane McCormack ordered 3 signs to clearly direct a staff member on how to gain entrance so there would not be a delay in obtaining blood in the future. The very next day, all 3 signs were up!

The Sign Shop's Rickie Hendrickson's diligence helps to save lives!

Cited from Stony Brook University Newsletter

CSEA Local 614 And
Its Many Members

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