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Welcome to AFSCME Local 269's Website

Welcome to the "new" official website of AFSCME Local 269.  If you are a member of  Local 269 then we hope you will come here often for updates on what is happening in your local union.  You will also find information that is linked directly from both the Council 4 and AFSCME International websites. 

Please be sure to browse all of the pages and feel free to contact the local with any comments or suggestions as we continue to build our site.  The website will change and grow as we continue to perfect it.

If you are not a union member we hope the information you gain by browsing our site will lead you to want join a union.  We suggest you get to know us by reading the "About Local 269" page.

Council 4 President and longtime Local 1716 President Clarke King passed away July 17, leaving an outsized legacy of dedicated service the labor and civil rights movements.

State employees have voted to affirm a cost-saving, service-protecting agreement that will save the state $1.5 billion in the biennium and $24 billion in coming years.
Tell your legislators to support the SEBAC agreement

Local 269 Annual Picnic will be held at Holiday Hill, Prospect, CT on August 25, 2017 with our sister Local 2663.  The ticket cost is $30.00 for members which includes a defrayment of $24.00 and $54.00 for non-members. There are tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pools, baseball field, bocci, mini golf and a scenic lake with canoeing. Along with the covered food pavillion for lunch and dinner and a DJ. Contact your local steward for tickets.

AFSCME Council 4 will be having informational sessions for Local 269 members on the SEBAC Agreement which was reached with Governor Malloy. 

On May 24, 2017 Local 269 members showed up in force for the AFSCME Council 4 Lobby Day. This legislative session was rampid with bills attacking state workers, thier benefits and rights for collective bargaining, so members made sure thier representatives knew  they are taxpayers and voting constituents.

Read about the settlement of the state union coalition's lawsuit against former Gov. John Rowland and get an updated Q&A.

Use this site to find a wealth of Council 4 and AFSCME web-related resources, including our constitution, steward handbook, financial standards code and more.

Effective May 2012 all Local 269 minutes will be accessible via the website.  You must log on to view the minutes.  

Get the latest state employee updates on pensions, health care and other related issues.
Recent Updates:
Learn About Medicare Advantage
Full Tentative Agreement Reached (6/2517)
Tentative Framework Agreement Reached (5/23/17)
Information Bulletin for Laid Off Council 4 Members (5/15/17)
Survey for Laid Off Council 4 Members (5/15/17)

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