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.
Get the latest state employee contract news, including the HEP bonus payment and the pre-55 retirement grievance settlement.
Our union is fighting to expand retirement security for all workers as part of our platform to rebuild the middle class.
The roads you took to work this morning. The clean and safe water that you brushed your teeth with. The bus that picked your kids up for school.
Our taxes make all of these public services — and so much more — possible. They make our communities possible. And we're proud to invest in our common good.
Council 4 is pushing for a fair budget that asks for shared sacrifice from Connecticut's wealthiest citizens and largest corporations.
On May 8, 2013 AFSCME Council 4 will have its annual lobby day at the Old Judiciary Room at the State Capital Building. It will be a chance to speak with your representatives and tell them to stop the attacks against public employees pay, healthcare and pension; raise minimum wage levels and expand retirement security for all workers.
Effective May 2012 all Local 269 minutes will be accessible via the website. You must log on to view the minutes.
City workers in Bristol are standing up for quality public services as they take on ill-considered attempts to privatize operations.
P2 Contract - 2012
Calling him "the only choice for the 99%," AFSCME announced Dec. 6 their endorsement of President Barack Obama for reelection in 2012.
AFSCME Corrections United recognized Local 391's Michael Whitehead as its national correctional officer of the year.
Hundreds of people thronged to the State Capitol Feb. 23 for our solidarity rally in support of Wisconsin workers fighting Gov. Scott Walker's attack on the middle class.
Delegates to AFSCME's 39th International Convention pay tribute to former Secretary-Treasurer William Lucy, a giant of the labor and civil rights movements.
Our members in New Haven are fighting the DeStefano administration's efforts to destroy good jobs in the community.
The 4-Word is the official membership publication of Council 4, reaching nearly 40,000 active and retired members.
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