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City Union of Baltimore will hold a Membership Meeting, virtually, via Zoom, on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. We encourage every member to attend! See link below to register.

The agenda will be as follows:

  • Call to order
  • Inspirational Moment
  • Secretary Report
  • Financial Report
  • President's Report
  • Committee Report

The event is for members only, and advance registration is required. Use the link below to register by July 20th to make sure your registration is approved. Once membership is verified, you will receive a login link that is unique to you (and not shareable).

You are invited


Attention CUB members! Please see below an important message from the Office of the Labor Commissioner regarding City Offices being closed on June 18th in recognition of Juneteenth.*****************************INFORMATIONAL BULLETINCommunication from the Office of the Labor CommissionerBulletin Number: 21-19June 17, 2021In observance of the Juneteenth National Independence Day, Baltimore City offices will be closed on Friday, June 18, 2021Dear City employee,June 19th marks the day when Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865 to ensure that all enslaved people be freed. This news came


City Union of Baltimore members are claiming a victory in fighting back against layoffs. Last October, then Mayor Jack Young proposed laying off nearly 70 CUB members and privatizing water meter operations. CUB, with the help of community allies, fought back and Mayor Brandon Scott announced there will be no privatization or layoffs.

Watch AFT-Maryland's video from the press conference.

Read the Baltimore Sun's report of plans to scrap privatization.


AFTMD Statement on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Day 2021

Every year we undertake the solemn task of honoring and remembering the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year feels like there’s an urgency to his words and memory. The spirit of national unity has been stretched thin by those seeking to support white supremacy.

Thankfully there are many more of us who heed and believe the words of Dr. King than there are of those who would divide us and promote racist, sexist fascism. The challenge for us is to not only remember Dr. King’s words, but to practice them. ...


We have become acutely aware of the difficulties that the new payroll system, WORKDAY, is causing CUB Members employed in various agencies throughout the city. I have been in direct communication with Shop Stewards throughout our system and have been collecting information and data regarding specific cases by name and issue. Upon receipt, these issues are being forwarded immediately to the Labor Commissioner and the Director of Human Resources for prompt resolution. Members of City Council and the Mayor’s Office have been made aware of the difficulties the payroll malfunctions have been


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Important Healthcare Information
Baltimore City Open Enrollment Updates

The City of Baltimore has extended the Healthcare Open Enrollment Period to Nov 23, 2020.

Please see flyer​ and contact Employee Benefits at 410-396-5830 for further information.