Harford County MOU Signed

Harford County officials signed the MOU on June 27, 2019 with  MCEA's bargaining unit representing county employees. The one year Agreement is for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2019. Effective July 1, 2019 all eligible Harford County Government employees will receive a $2,000 merit increase to be added to their base pay.

Funeral Notice

It is with deep sympathy that we announce the passing of our dear union brother Bernard Wise.

Funeral arrangements for the late Bernard Wise is as follows:

Viewing: July 2, 2019  4:30pm- 8:00pm

              Vaughn Greene Funeral home

             4905 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212

Funeral: July 3, 2019 10:00am

              Vaughn Greene Funeral Home 

            4905 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212

            

            

MCEA Statewide Meeting 2019

The 2019 statewide meeting was a necessary and important one for MCEA. The business of the union was handled in a productive and efficient manner. The most pressing issue for the union right now is the need to grow the membership. While this is a challenge for any public-sector union, the solution isn’t always that easy.

Retirees Prescription Coverage May Be Ending

ATTENTION STATE RETIREES! 
ACTION REQUIRED!
YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUG COVERAGE MAY BE ENDING IN 2019

If you are a Medicare-eligible Maryland State Retiree, you must elect a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan for 2019. Or, if you are a State Retiree and have Medicare-Eligible dependents on your plan, they must elect a Part D plan for 2019.

The annual open enrollment period for Medicare Part D coverage for 2019 is from October 15, 2018 to December 7, 2018.

Click here to read more from MCEA's insurance administrator R.K.Tongue and for information about Part D Enrollments.

MCEA members meet over prescription drug plan changes

Members of the Maryland Classified Employees Association held a rally at their Woodlawn headquarters requesting lawmakers call a special session to [reconsider moving the retiree’s prescription drug plan to the Medicare Part D program next year.] Union leadership said the switch is going to be cost-prohibitive for many retirees living on fixed incomes.