2017 Fishing Trip

Captain’s Choice Contact the union office for tickets and more info.
(631) 444-3680 or (631) 632-6575

Going out on June 2nd, 2017

4:30pm - 8:45pm
Leaving out of Port Jefferson
Celtic Quest

$45 per person

2016 Holiday Party Pics

Thanks to all that showed up for another great party.

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Luis (Carlos) Lozano, Sr. 87 years old, passed away on the morning of October 19, 2016 after a long illness. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Luz Amelia Soto-Lozano. Luis Lozano was born in Naguabo, Puerto Rico and as a young man, moved to Brooklyn, New York City. In his younger years, he was a great swimmer, he was also an avid walker, and he enjoyed watching boxing. He retired from Stony Brook Medical Center, Long Island, New York in 1996 as a Building Stationary Engineer. Recently, he resided at the Promenade Assisted Living at Tuxedo Park. He is remembered by his children, Yolanda Lozano of Pine Knoll Shores, NC, Luis Lozano, Jr. and wife, Gladys Lozano of Ringwood, NJ, Daniel Lozano and wife, Marlene DeMarco-Lozano of Coram, Long Island, Carlos Lozano and wife, Hope Lozano of Sterling Heights, MI.. He also is remembered by six (6) grandchildren and seven (7) great grandchildren.

Veteran Buy Back

Are you a CSEA Veteran?
Click here to find out how you can buy your time back from the state.

Don't forget to to ask us how to become part of the CSEA Veterans Committee.

Atlantic City Trip

Saturday, October 1st, 2016
Resorts Casino

1st pickup: 7:00am, exit 63 LIE Park & Ride
2nd pickup: 7:30am, exit 53 CSEA Region Office

$30 per ticket

Contract Negotiating News

Your CSEA negotiating team has just concluded another week of negotiations with the Governor’s administration. We said it before and it continues to be the main issue of this negotiation: the Governor wants to shift more of the health care costs to you and your family. We spent a significant amount of time this week fighting to convince the Governor’s staff that our proposals, which focus on slowing the growth of health care costs, are viable and fair. We are proposing cost savings by creating an Alternative Drug program, designing a robust Wellness program, and harnessing the power of tele-medicine - just to name a few. We argued that investments in our proposals aggressively attack ever-rising health care expenditures, while the Governor’s proposals do nothing but shift costs and make it harder for you and your family to survive. While the most intensive discussions this week were focused on health care, the team also looked to tackle other contract articles that we are trying to enhance: Extended Travel – Article 8 Attendance & Leave - Article 10 Review of Personal History Folder - Article 18 Distribution of Overtime - Article 27 In each of these articles your team argued for enhancements. Some examples of proposed enhancements are: increasing the amount employees are paid while on extended leave (ex: deployments) raising the maximum amount of sick leave employees are able to accumulate lifting the current cap on family sickness/bereavement leave giving arbitrators the authority to craft a more appropriate remedy when an employee is skipped for overtime While we argued for enhancements in these articles of the contract, the Governor's Administration put forward proposals that included concessions and other language changes that are not in your best interest. Many of you have sent emails back to us asking what you can do to help in this negotiation. You have already helped by being part of the Contract Action Network and spreading the word about the current negotiations. Now we need you and your co-workers' real-life stories about what paying more for health care would mean to you and your family. The Governor needs to get the message!!!

Please email us your story to: getactive@cseainc.org
Thank you again for standing with us.


Click here for more info on Education and Training programs offered to CSEA Members!

In addition, A Targeted Tuition Program for Welding is available.  Click here to learn more.

Call For Volunteers

May Commencement Ceremonies May Commencement is scheduled to take place on May 19 & 20, 2016. The Office of Conferences & Special Events is seeking volunteers to assist with the ceremonies. Volunteers are needed for the Doctoral Graduation and Hooding Ceremony, Baccalaureate Honors Convocation, and Main Commencement. There are also opportunities to assist with the Grad Fair and Ticket Distribution. Please clink the link below to volunteer. http://docs.google.com/a/stonybrook.edu/forms/d/1y5SDOCl44-z7fGDbjxHGJZkXkKvpIR8WMMJp_nedc_E/viewform

CSEA Holiday Party Pics

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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.


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