Membership Meeting Schedule

The statewide Membership Meetings have been scheduled. Active members and retiree members are encouraged to attend. Attendance at these meetings guarantees you the most up-to-date information on the issues affecting you and your family.  Reminder, you must attend a membership meeting in September in order to be chosen as a delegate to the upcoming convention, which is scheduled for Friday, October 19th.

  • Monday, September 10
    Oliver Wolcott Technical High School, Library, Torrington – 4:30 pm
    Naugatuck Valley Community College, Rm L501, Waterbury – 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday, September 11
    UConn/Storrs, St. Thomas Aquinas, basement – 4:00 pm
    Three Rivers Community College, Multi-purpose Room, Norwich – 7:00 pm

  • Wednesday, September 12
    Operating Engineers, Local 478, 1965 Dixwell Ave, Hamden – 7:00 pm

  • Thursday, September 13
    CEUI Headquarters, 110 Randolph Road, Middletown – 7:00 pm

Brothers and Sisters,

The opinion of the United States Supreme Court on the Janus vs AFSCME case was issued this morning.

We will be waiting for the legal opinion of what the opinion says and how it will impact our members.

Unions have played a critical role in building and protecting the middle class in America. They provide hard working people economic stability for their families and give them the tools to build a good life, home and education for themselves and their children.

The CEOs and corporate special interests behind this case simply do not believe that working people should have the same freedoms and opportunities as they do: to negotiate a fair return on our work so that we can provide for ourselves and our families.

For the past 50 years this union has brought together workers from all walks of life with the common goal of a better future.

With the support of our members, it will not matter what the Supreme Court says. Together we will continue the fight for respect and a better future for every working family.

We will send out more information when it becomes available.

In Solidarity,




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