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BUDGET CUTS

On Friday August 28th 2020 the Office of Court Administration requested a conference call with all Court Unions statewide. We were informed of the fiscal constraints OCA is facing for the rest of the year. The unions were not given any hard numbers or facts, just generic comments without any specifics. CSEA and the other Unions are awaiting specific information later this week regarding the budget constraints.  As difficult as it may be, please refrain from questions at this time as this is the entirety of the information we have available.  CSEA and Local 334 remain committed to our membership and will keep you informed as more information becomes available.

Updates

CONNOR’S WAY

Please join the family of retired Local President Donald Lynskey in honoring his nephew, Connor Arthur Lynskey’s memory at the 3rd Annual Connor’s way memorial run/walk.  This years run/walk will run from September 15th to the 22nd and will be a virtual format due to social distancing requirements.  The proceeds will be utilized for a memorial and scholarship program in Connor’s memory.  Go to www.facebook.com/connorswaymemorial or www.connorsway.com for further information.  A heartfelt thanks to each and every member that participates and keeps Connor’s memory alive and strong.

SICK LEAVE BANK OPEN ENROLLMENT

As many of you are aware the sick leave bank open enrollment period was delayed due to COVID-19.  The Sick leave bank committee has had several discussions since March, regarding when to conduct open enrollment.  The intention was to wait until as many staff were back in the office, on a regular basis, as possible so that there would be no issues of employees not receiving the information and therefore missing the opportunity to enroll.  The committee understands that concerns have been expressed regarding the delay and has decided to move forward with the enrollment at this time.

The attached memo announcing open enrollment was sent out to DE’s, Chief Clerks and HR Admins who will distribute to membership as well, in order to get the word out.  Open enrollment will run from August 20th through September 16th and aside from taking place later than usual, the same rules apply.  There will be no exceptions to the rules which are: employees must have a minimum of 56 hours of sick leave accruals (prorated for PT employees) by close of business August 19th  and enrollment forms must be submitted no later than September 16th.

STATE JUDICIARY EMPLOYEE TRAVEL POLICY

The New York State travel advisory remains in effect, to date 35 States and territories are included on the list.  OCA’s policy accompanied by the Governors Executive order, mandate Judicial and Non-Judicial employees travelling into New York from these states, must quarantine (utilizing your own accruals) for 14 days if unable to telecommute.  The most up to date list can be found at https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory (under “Restricted States” tab).  Should you have concerns regarding how this policy will affect any travel plans, please reach out to me directly at ian@csealocal334.com or one of the other Local Officers.

AFSCME FREE BACHELORS DEGREE

AFSCME’S free Bachelor’s Completion program through Central States University has been extended through the remainder of 2020. All new and returning students who enroll for the Fall term are able to earn a bachelor’s degree in either Teacher Education, Business Administration or Criminal Justice, with no out of pocket cost. This benefit is available to CSEA members, their spouse or domestic partner, children, grandchildren, stepchildren, parents and siblings. If a CSEA member has been furloughed or laid off, they are still eligible to apply. Info at: https://bachelorsdegree.afscme.org/

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Please keep in mind that all CSEA members have access to the Employee Assistance Program.  This is a free, confidential program to help you balance your work, family, and personal life, especially during these unprecedented times.  As schools announce their plans for virtual-classrooms or limited, in-person instruction due to COVID-19, many of our members are scrambling for practical solutions. As a reminder, you and your family have access to professional assistance committed to helping you identify local resources, including tutoring and child care. (See attached flyer).

Please call or log-on to the website for extensive information and resources that are available to you.

TOLL-FREE: 800-833-8707

WEBSITE: www.myccaonline.com

LOG IN CODE: UCS

CSEA REGION 5 WORKERS MEMORIAL DAY

 On Friday, Sept. 11 at 12 noon, CSEA representatives will gather at the Madison County Department of Social Services Building,133 North Court St. Wampsville, NY, to dedicate our Region’s 11th annual “Living Memorial” tree, in memory of those workers we’ve lost on the job.

The brief ceremony will include the installation of a plaque dedicating the memorial, and reading aloud the names of the workers we mourn.  Join Central Region President Kenny Greenleaf and our Safety and Health Committee as we pay tribute and renew our fight against preventable workplace injuries and fatalities. Masks and social distancing required.  Attached is a flyer to help advertise the event at your workplaces.

 Fight for the living! Mourn For the dead!

CSEA SUBMITS TESTIMONY

Last week, CSEA submitted testimony to the New York State Senate hearing on the Unified Court System (UCS) and COVID-19. In the testimony, CSEA stressed the ongoing need to ensure the safety of Union members and the public in all of our courts.

Read the testimony here.

ELECTION UPDATE

Last week, Governor Cuomo signed into law legislation to allow New Yorkers who are concerned about in-person voting due to COVID to apply for an absentee ballot. If you are interested in applying for an absentee ballot because of COVID, you must submit an absentee ballot application and check the box for “temporary illness or physical disability.”

If you don’t feel comfortable voting in person on Election Day or are worried about your absentee ballot being delivered on time, you can vote early in person. Early voting runs from October 24 – November 1. Check with your local board of elections for polling times and locations for early voting.

FEDERAL UPDATE

The latest report from the Division of the Budget (DOB) made clear how dire New York’s financial situation really is.

The first quarter update to the state’s Financial Plan showed actions already being taken by the state to deal with the economic fallout of the Coronavirus. According to the report:

  • The State’s budget deficit has increased to $14.5 billion for this year, and $62 billion through FY2024;
  • All funds tax receipts have decreased by 10.2%;
  • The updated financial plan includes nearly $10 billion in budget reductions between Executive agencies, the Judiciary, elected officials, and local governments;
  • State agencies have been directed to reduce operating expenditures by 10%; and
  • From June – July, DOB witheld $1.9 billion in local government payments. These will be converted to permanent reductions without federal aid.

Unfortunately, Congress and the White House are still at an impasse on a new package of legislation to address the Coronavirus and every passing week makes it less likely that any additional federal aid will be provided before November’s elections. Every passing week brings us closer to these proposed cuts becoming actual cuts.

Updates

SICK LEAVE BANK OPEN ENROLLMENT

As many of you are aware the sick leave bank open enrollment period was delayed due to COVID-19.  The Sick leave bank committee has had several discussions since March, regarding when to conduct open enrollment.  The intention was to wait until as many staff were back in the office, on a regular basis, as possible so that there would be no issues of employees not receiving the information and therefore missing the opportunity to enroll.  The committee understands that concerns have been expressed regarding the delay and has decided to move forward with the enrollment at this time.

The attached memo announcing open enrollment was sent out to DE’s, Chief Clerks and HR Admins who will distribute to membership as well, in order to get the word out.  Open enrollment will run from August 20th through September 16th and aside from taking place later than usual, the same rules apply.  There will be no exceptions to the rules which are: employees must have a minimum of 56 hours of sick leave accruals (prorated for PT employees) by close of business August 19th  and enrollment forms must be submitted no later than September 16th.

URGENT FEDERAL UPDATE

CSEA has been sounding the alarm bell for a while now and without action from our representatives in Washington, we can expect budget cuts to come.  Without the federal aid we’ve been pushing for, more and more government offices will be forced into cutting jobs.  Our membership can still make an impact by taking action. Watch our “time is running out” video, please share it, and visit https://cseany.org/help-save-new-york for new resources to send the message to Washington.

Call your member of Congress at 202-224-3121 and ask them to support the funding levels in the HEROES Act –  $35 billion to New York State and $33 billion to municipal governments in New York over the next two years. Our state and local governments have seen an unprecedented loss in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New York State is projecting a $12 billion deficit this fiscal year and $16 billion for next year. Local governments, school districts, and State agencies are facing billions of dollars in cuts this year due to this revenue shortfall.

Without additional funding, our state and municipal governments will be forced to eliminate vital services and lay off employees. These actions will hamper our economic recovery and hurt our communities for years to come.

STATE JUDICIARY EMPLOYEE TRAVEL POLICY

The New York State travel advisory remains in effect, to date 34 States and territories are included on the list.  OCA’s policy accompanied by the Governors Executive order, mandate Judicial and Non-Judicial employees travelling into New York from these states, must quarantine (utilizing your own accruals) for 14 days if unable to telecommute.  The most up to date list can be found at https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory (under “Restricted States” tab).  Should you have concerns regarding how this policy will affect any travel plans, please reach out to me directly at ian@csealocal334.com or one of the other Local Officers.

CLASS ACTION GRIEVANCE / IMPROPER PRACTICE

On August 4th CSEA filed a Class action Grievance on behalf of all CSEA represented members employed by UCS.  The grievance is in regards to the travel ban policy that affects all members, by prohibiting the use of sick leave accruals or quarantine leave as provided for by the bargaining agreement, in the event that they travel to, or are required to quarantine after returning from, one of the NYS DOH banned states.  The grievance seeks the remedy of allowing all CSEA represented employees, the ability to utilize contractual benefits as provided for by the negotiated and agreed to contractual agreement.

On August 6th CSEA filed an improper practice (IP) charge on behalf of CSEA represented non-judicial employees who are employed by the NYS Unified Court System.  The IP charges that UCS did not negotiate in good faith in regards to policies enacted on July, 7th (Mandatory quarantine for certain out of state travel), July 10th (Self-assessment and thermal temperature screening) and July 14th (Telecommuters Self-assessment and thermal temperature screening).  CSEA views this as UCS unilaterally changing the terms and conditions of employment absent negotiation with the Union and has requested that the Public Employee Relations Board require UCS to begin good faith negotiations and “make whole, any employee who suffered any adverse employment action as a result of these new work rules”.

Updates

2% CONTRACTUAL RAISE DELAYED

The Governor has announced the delay in paying contractual raises for all state workers by 90 days. The following news release was sent out early this morning https://nystateofpolitics.com/state-of-politics/new-york/ny-state-of-politics/2020/04/09/new-york-unions-say-raises-are-being-delayed. This has been posted on the CSEA LOCAL 1000 facebook page and the online edition of the Work Force as well.

It is CSEA’s understanding that this is a postponement, when the raises do get paid, they will be retroactive to April 1st. As of now Longevity and step increases are not impacted by this and will still be paid as scheduled.  Should this change I will notify all of you through subsequent receiver notices. OCA has stated those payments will be paid in the April 29th paycheck.  CSEA is exploring all options in regards to handling this with the state.

SAVE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN

We are encouraging  members to join the SAVE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN to push the federal government for immediate and unrestricted aid. To that end, CSEA is launching a campaign over the next two weeks to pressure Senators Schumer and Gillibrand and the NY Congressional delegation demanding they fight for these funds.  Attached you will find an editable form letter and a list of all state representatives by district.  CSEA needs you, its members, the very workers who are showing up every day to ensure our way of life, to participate in this campaign.  Not only by contacting your representative, but also look for and share memes/ads on social media CSEA posts in the coming days.  In order to get New York State out of this fiscal crisis make your voice heard.  More info on the campaign at: https://cseany.org/help-save-new-york

Updates

APRIL 1st PAYROLL DELAYED

The State Legislature has not, as of 1:30 p.m. today, passed the 2020-21 State budget or a budget extender bill to provide for the continuing operation of State government.  CSEA has been advised that the Legislature is meeting today and remain hopeful that it passes, and the Governor signs, the 2020-21 State budget or a budget extender bill.  Provided this happens by 5:00 p.m. today, direct deposits will be made on Thursday, April 2nd .  However, paper paychecks will not be put in the mail by OSC until a budget or extender bill is in place so paper paychecks will be delayed beyond April 2nd , they are mailed from Albany so delivery times will largely depend on where an employee resides.

CSEA understands that this is of great concern to all of our members, especially with everything else going on right now.  Please understand, this is unrelated to current public health emergency.  This is purely a budgetary issue that we are somewhat familiar with, as the approval of the budget is seemingly always down to the wire on March 31st.   The complication is that the first check date is on the first day of the fiscal year, i.e. April 1st (whereas in the past we’ve had a few days of cushion between the end of the fiscal year on March 31st and the first check date in April).

As more information becomes available or the situation resolves in the Legislature I will update you all through the receiver notice.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES

All CSEA scholarship application deadlines have been extended to June 1, 2020

Statewide Scholarship (Irving Flaumenbaum, Pearl Insurance, and Met Life) deadlines have been extended from April 15 to June 1, 2020.

The Region 5 scholarship deadline has been extended to June 1, 2020.

The Local 334 Michael D. Carraway Scholarship deadline has been extended to June 1, 2020

NYSCOT EXAM

OCA has postponed the Court Officer-Trainee exam until further notice; that is, until it is deemed safe to hold it.  There are over 88,000 applicants for this exam.

OCA will be texting applicants about the postponement.  The OCA website and e-mail auto-responses will contain the following message:

EXAMINATION POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) PRECAUTIONS: The health of applicants and their families is our first priority.  When it is deemed safe to administer the examination, the examination will be re-scheduled and self-scheduling links e-mailed to applicants. Due to the nature of the crisis, we cannot predict the length of time the postponement will remain in effect. We will post the revised dates as soon as they are determined.  We will continue to monitor, assess and address the situation keeping applicant safety as our foremost concern.

COPAY REIMBURSEMENT

CSEA Employee Benefit Fund has extended Co-pay reimbursement for 2019 co-pays until June 1st, 2020.  If you haven’t already, please submit your reimbursement forms.  In these trying times every penny counts, let them put money in your pocket.  Should you have any questions call 1-800-323-2732 or go online to www.cseaebf.com

VIRTUAL COURTS

CSEA has been notified, as have some of you working out of the Fifth and Seventh Judicial Districts that “Virtual Courts” are being instituted in some of our locations.  Per OCA these “virtual” courts will be up and running statewide on the projected date of April 13th.  Courts will be “open for business” to the fullest extent possible.  Obviously social distancing rules should remain in effect, should anyone be required to report and find this not to be the case, please contact the Local immediately.  At this time, comp-time has only been authorized for the limited staff that will still be required to physically report.

Direct Deposit Form

Direct Deposit Form for NYS Employees

Some of our members are still receiving paper checks and have opted out of direct deposit. OCA has contacted CSEA in the hopes we could help assist in contacting these members.  In order to have them sign up for direct deposit so they won’t see a delay in their checks, otherwise they can’t guarantee they will receive then on time.  Due to the ongoing crisis OSC will be sending them out and may not have updated addresses.

COVID-19 Update

Last week the Court System issued a memorandum giving an update regarding its ongoing response and guidance related to the COVID-19 (the Novel Coronavirus). Please refer to that memo for guidance related to leave in the event of isolation, quarantine, or home self-monitoring . This memo has expanded Section 9.5(d) Leave for Quarantine of our contract.

Section 9.5(d) Leave for Quarantine.

If an employee who is not ill himself/herself is required to remain absent because of quarantine and presents a written statement of the attending physician or local health officer proving the necessity of such absence, he/she shall be granted leave with pay for the period of his/her required absence, without charge against accumulated sick leave, annual leave or overtime credits. Prior to return to duty, such employee may be required to submit a written statement from the local health officer having jurisdiction that his/her return to duty will not jeopardize the health of other employees.

One of our downstate Locals was notified yesterday morning regarding an attorney who appeared in Westchester County’s Matrimonial Part and in the Westchester County Family Court annex. That individual has tested positive for the coronavirus. It has been conveyed to us that all individuals who the Court System is aware of who may have been in contact with this attorney have already been contacted and advised to consult with medical professionals. We have stressed to the Office of Court Administration that proper disinfection of the areas that the individual may have occupied is of the utmost importance. At this point we are unaware of any events in the 4th, 5th, 6th or 7th JD’s or with MHLS where potentially infected individuals have entered any of our many facilities. However, we are still emphasizing the need to properly disinfect on a regular basis and to supply our members with the proper mitigating equipment and cleaning supplies, as our members and their families’ health and safety are our primary concern. We will continue to monitor the situation in real time.

Please be guided by the facts on the virus and not media hysteria. While this is a serious matter, be assured that your concerns are being addressed with the NYS Office of Court Administration. We have been in contact with all of our Districts during this ever changing’ situation and are working together to get the correct information out to our members. At this time, we are waiting for further updates from the districts as to any responses that may take place with regard to any transmission of the COVID 19 Virus. As this information becomes available we will keep you posted via Receiver notices and on our web page https://cseajudiciary.org/local-334/

Please continue to exercise the safe practices recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Department of Health (DOH). Wash hands often, for 20 seconds. Stay at home if you have flu-like systems. Maintain social distancing as much as possible. For further information on the virus, CSEA has created a web site specifically dealing with Coronavirus and how it may impact you as workers. We are updating this site on a regular basis as the situation changes throughout our state. For the latest information, please visit our page at: https://cseany.org/coronavirus-information

Your safety and health, as always, are our concern. Stay safe. Use common sense. If you have any questions as always feel free to email ian@csealocal334.com.

In Solidarity,

Ian Spencer
President
CSEA Judiciary
Local 334

Updates

TIOGA DOWNS DINNER MEETING / RETIREMENT SEMINAR

Space is running out so reserve your spot soon, for the presentation by the New York State Retirement System on Thursday, March 26th, 2020. The Dinner and seminar will be held at Tioga Downs Event Center, 2nd Floor, Tioga South, in Nichols, NY at 6:00 p.m., doors will open at 5:00 p.m. This meeting/presentation is a joint collaboration with CSEA Local 002 (Southern Tier State Employees). Vendors have been invited to attend and will be available from 5:00 – 6:00. Secure your reservation today, as seating is limited. We will keep a “wait list” once reservations are full, so please include a cell phone number to reach you. All reservations must be received by Thursday March 19th, as our numbers will have to be called in to Tioga Downs on Friday the 20th. NO Exceptions, so please mail your reservation and $10 deposit right away. Reservations can be mailed to Sheila Sears, for all questions contact Rosanne Wicks at rosanne@csealocal334.com.

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT FUND CO-PAY REIMBURSEMENT
A reminder to submit your EBF reimbursement form once you have reached a combined co-pay amount of $325 for physician visit and prescription co-pays OR on/after December 31st each year. Applications are accepted for 2019 reimbursement through March 31st, 2020. See the attached guidelines and pay particular attention to what proof of co-pays are accepted, i.e., Explanation of Benefits (EOB) for Physician co-pays and pharmacy printouts for Prescription co-pays. 1237838920

CSEA SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES STILL AVAILABLE

Statewide Deadline April 15th

It is with great pleasure CSEA announces the 2020 Irving Flaumenbaum Memorial Scholarship Program. High school seniors who apply for the Flaumenbaum Scholarship are automatically in the running for the Pearl Insurance and MetLife Insurance Company Scholarships. In total $23,000 is available to CSEA members’ children. High School Seniors are eligible to apply.

Irving Flaumenbaum Award will provide eighteen $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors, three in each region.

The Pearl Insurance and MetLife Insurance Company Scholarships will provide two awards of $2,500 each.

Region 5 Deadline April 1st

Do you have a graduating high school senior going to college? Are you looking for help paying for it? Your union has a scholarship opportunity for YOU!

CSEA Central Region 5 is proud to announce the application period for our annual CSEA Region 5 College Scholarship. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors, who will be continuing their education at an accredited college/trade school, and are the child/legal dependent or grandchild of a CSEA member in good standing or a CSEA Region 5 Staff member.

Applications are now available at www.cseany.org/r5/

The application deadline is April 1, 2020. A minimum of 4 winners will be selected in April. Get your application in today!

Local 334 Deadline April 30th

It is with great pleasure CSEA Judiciary Local 334 announces the 2020 Lt. Michael D. Carraway Memorial Scholarship Program. Graduating seniors who are a child or legal dependent of a court employee represented by CSEA Judiciary Local 334 and will be attending an accredited institution of higher education are eligible to apply.

*These scholarships are another member-only benefit of belonging to New York’s Leading Union.*

UTICA COMETS VS. SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY NIGHT

We look forward to seeing all of you who RSVP’d for the Comets vs Crunch Hockey game tomorrow evening at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. Don’t forget your yellow wristband that came with your ticket, without the wristband you will not have access to the stage seating area. See you all there!

SAVE THE DATES

Alexandria Bay Boat Tour – June 13th 2020

Water Safari – July 18th 2020

Syracuse Mets Baseball – August 8th 2020

Updates

LAST CALL DELAWARE / OTSEGO COUNTY DINNER MEETING

We will be holding an informational dinner meeting on Thursday, March 5th, Brooks’ House of BBQ – Brooks’ Roost Banquet Room, 5560 State Hwy 7, Oneonta. The meeting is open to ALL members of the Local (from any county).  Non-members are not permitted to attend.  Please RSVP to Rosanne Wicks, rosanne@csealocal334.com by Friday February 28th.  Vendors have been invited to attend and will be available from 4:45-6:00, meeting to start at 6:00.

UTICA COMETS VS. SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY NIGHT 

Join us on the stage at the Utica Memorial Auditorium,  Wednesday March 11th for an always exciting Utica Comets Hockey game.  Admission includes ticket to game, hot dogs, sausage and peppers, chicken tenders, fries and front row seats to the thruway rivalry! Tickets are limited, so get your money and reservations in today.  Member cost is $10; guest cost is $42.  Any questions, contact Catrina Leone at catrina@csealocal334.com.  All reservations must be received in the mail by March 4th.  See the attached flyer for further details and the reservation form.

DRIVERS SAFETY COURSE

Unfortunately the Drivers Safety Course scheduled for Oneida County on March 21st has been cancelled due to a lack of available instructors.  We will be looking into alternate dates in the coming months.  If your certification has or will be expiring, you can still renew online.  NYSP offers defensive driving classes to CSEA  members and their families at a rate $23.95 per person over the internet. Go to nysponline.com to register; enter code CSEA.  After completing the six-hour course, you are entitled to a 10% reduction of your collision, liability and no-fault insurance base rate premiums each year for three years. Additionally, up to four (4) violation points may be reduced from the total on your driving record if you have incurred violations during the 18 months prior to completing the course.

TIOGA DOWNS DINNER MEETING / RETIREMENT SEMINAR

We will be holding a dinner meeting followed by a presentation by the New York State Retirement System on Thursday, March 26th, 2020, at Tioga Downs Event Center, 2nd Floor, Tioga South, in Nichols, NY at 6:00 p.m., doors will open at 5:00 p.m.  This meeting/presentation is a joint collaboration with CSEA Local 002 (Southern Tier State Employees).  Vendors have been invited to attend and will be available from 5:00 – 6:00.  Secure your reservation today, as seating is limited.  We will keep a “wait list” once reservations are full, so please include a cell number to reach you.  All reservations must be received by Thursday March 19th,  as our numbers will have to be called in to Tioga Downs on Friday.  NO Exceptions, so please mail your reservation and deposit right away.  Reservations can be mailed to Sheila Sears, for all questions contact Rosanne Wicks at rosanne@csealocal334.com.

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT FUND CO-PAY REIMBURSEMENT

A reminder to submit your EBF reimbursement form once you have reached a combined co-pay amount of $325 for physician visit and prescription co-pays OR on/after December 31st each year.  Applications are accepted for 2019 reimbursement through March 31st, 2020.  See the attached guidelines and pay particular attention to what proof of co-pays are accepted, i.e., Explanation of Benefits (EOB) for Physician co-pays and pharmacy printouts for Prescription co-pays.

CSEA SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES STILL AVAILABLE

Statewide

It is with great pleasure CSEA announces the 2020 Irving Flaumenbaum Memorial Scholarship Program.  High school seniors who apply for the Flaumenbaum Scholarship are automatically in the running for the Pearl Insurance and MetLife Insurance Company Scholarships.  In total $23,000 is available to CSEA members’ children.  High School Seniors are eligible to apply.

Irving Flaumenbaum Award will provide eighteen $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors, three in each region.

The Pearl Insurance and MetLife Insurance Company Scholarships will provide two awards of $2,500 each.

Region 5

Do you have a graduating high school senior going to college? Are you looking for help paying for it? Your union has a scholarship opportunity for YOU!

CSEA Central Region 5 is proud to announce the application period for our annual CSEA Region 5 College Scholarship. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors, who will be continuing their education at an accredited college/trade school, and are the child/legal dependent or grandchild of a CSEA member in good standing or a CSEA Region 5 Staff member.

Applications are now available at www.cseany.org/r5/

The application deadline is April 1, 2020. A minimum of 4 winners will be selected in April. Get your application in today!

 Local 334

 It is with great pleasure CSEA Judiciary Local 334 announces the 2020 Lt. Michael D. Carraway Memorial Scholarship Program.  Graduating seniors who are a child or legal dependent of a court employee represented by CSEA Judiciary Local 334  and will be attending an accredited institution of higher education are eligible to apply.

 *These scholarships are another member-only benefit of belonging to New York’s Leading Union.*

SAVE THE DATES

Boat Tour Alexandria Bay –  June 13, 2020

Water Safari – July 18, 2020

Syracuse Mets Baseball – August 8th 2020

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