There’s nothing like a great cup of coffee in the morning. Gets your day going. There’s hot coffee, and there’s cold caffeine concoctions, blends, flavors, with milk or cream, with sugar or coco, and its all FREE
Yes, that’s right. If you belong to Connecticut’s United Public Service Employees Union, then you get free coffee and milk, courtesy of the taxpayers.
A Connecticut town must provide their union workers free coffee and milk, according to a ruling from the State Board of Labor Relations. The board also ordered town leaders to reinstate “Dress Down Fridays” for the union clerical and custodial workers.
Zeoli told The New Haven Register that he pulled the plug on the coffee to save money and stopped casual Fridays because some employees were abusing the privilege.
Healy said he was especially troubled that not only will taxpayers be forced to purchase coffee and milk for the union workers, but they will also be required to pay $10,000 in legal bills.
These are public union workers that have greased the palms of the State labor relations board.
What’s For Dinner?
Grilled Shrimp and Opah
Stacked on Baby Bok Choy
and Jasmine Rice Cake
with Shrimp Cream Sauce
(A new recipe)