Support for tax credit bill for city employees

City Union of Baltimore (CUB) President Antoinette Ryan-Johnson went to Annapolis to testify on behalf of her members and the employees of Baltimore City in support of a bill that would provide property tax credits to city employees who are among the lowest 25% earners.

CUB Retirees Meeting

Welcome Back CUB-R Members! 
Meeting to be held
Friday, January 19, 2018
10:30 a.m.
2117 N Howard St.
Witness the Posting of Our Charter!

Early Dismissal, January 8, 2018

Liberal Leave for Non-Essential Employees at 1:30 p.m.
(Authorization is required)

Effective at 1:30 p.m., liberal leave is in effect for non-essential employees.  Non-essential employees must follow departmental leave request procedures.  Non-essential employees working afternoon/evening shifts should seek guidance from their immediate supervisors regarding reporting. Employees will be required to use accumulated vacation, personal leave, or compensatory time, or authorized leave without pay.

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CUB holds Q&A meetings

The City Union of Baltimore (CUB) wants to hear from you! There have been and continue to be a number of meeting dates during the months of November and December where CUB staff and leadership want to hear from you the members. After agreeing to a new contract with Baltimore City, CUB wants to answer any questions the membership may have regarding the MOU.