Local 478 Administrative Clerical


Contact your legislators and tell them to stop layoffs and budget cuts before they adjourn on May 4.

Council 4 members made their presence felt, and voices heard, during our annual legislative lobby day at the State Capitol in Hartford.

The CT Valley Greenhouse Sale starts April 28, just in time for Mother's Day, thanks to a great collaboration between Local 2663 members and CVH patients.

Get the latest information on state budget cuts and layoffs, including a guide to help laid off workers and a survey to share the impact of layoffs.

Get the highlights of our 2016 biennial convention held April 9 in Farmington.

2016 General membership Meeting Dates

AFSCME Local 478 represents all employees of the Administrative Clerical Unit (NP-3) of the State of Connecticut employed in the cities and towns of Ansonia, Bethany, Branford, Bridgeport, Cheshire, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Meriden, Milford, New Haven. North Haven, Shelton, Wallingford, and West Haven. Local 478 is one of eight statewide locals representing over 6,000 clerical employees.

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Read about the settlement of the state union coalition's lawsuit against former Gov. John Rowland and get an updated Q&A.

  Local 478 Steward Listing and Agency Assignments

Use this site to find a wealth of Council 4 and AFSCME web-related resources, including our constitution, steward handbook, financial standards code and more.

The 2015 legislative session is underway. Learn about the issues affecting our pay, pensions and health care.
Hold the Date: Council 4 Lobby Day on May 20

Get the latest state employee updates on pensions, health care and other related issues.
Recent Updates:
Laid Off by Malloy? Know Your Rights
Online Survey for Laid Off C4 Members
How to Calculate Your Seniority
NP-3 Administrative-Clerical Seniority List
NP-4 Corrections Seniority List
P-2 Social & Human Services Seniority List
Local 749 Judicial/DCJ/Public Defender Seniority List

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