Business Managers Message Updates

  • Local 10 Continues to Work on COVID Vaccine Rules

    Dear Brothers and Sisters,   As you may have heard, Avangrid Corporation has informed it's employees that a "test or vaccinate" program is scheduled to begin shortly. There are many members that have expressed concern about how this policy will affect them and what is the Brotherhood's position on...

  • Merry Christmas Local 10

    With just a few weeks left in 2021, I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. This year has certainly been one like no other.   A lot has changed this year. Through a pandemic, storms, major changes to our industry, Local 10 members have stepped up to show the excellence that...

  • Election Results

    Below are the results from our recent election. Congratulations to everyone who won and thank you to everyone who took the time to vote. Business Manager/Financial Secretary – Danny Addy President – Jennifer Wild-Stahl Vice President – Kenneth Kellogg Secretary – Nanette Eoff Treasurer...

  • Thank You to Everyone Who Helped During My Career

    Thank you all that have been with me as family, friends, co-workers, brothers, and sisters of Local 1249, Local 992, Local 83, and Local 10. It has been a long journey with many ups and downs but it was a well-traveled one. I have made many long-lasting relationships on this road to retirement be...

  • Ballots Have Been Sent Out

    Ballots for the upcoming election have been sent out and you should have received them or should be receiving them shortly.   Please be advised that after the ballots were mailed we noticed that they listed Melissa Trask as the election judge. This is incorrect. Instead, Chad Allen will be serving...

  • Buffalo News: N.Y. must not rush into energy policy that costs jobs

    A message by Patrick Guidice, Chair of the Utility Labor Council of New York, IBEW and James Shillitto, President of UWUA Local 1-2.   New York is dependent on energy supplies from out of state for more than three-fourths of its energy needs, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration...

  • Happy Labor Day

    On Monday we celebrate Labor Day, the Workers Holiday. Over the past year we have seen the importance of workers who are often forgotten. You were the people that showed up to work during the worst of times to help others work from home and it is our brothers and sisters at IBEW locals from across...

  • Remembering Lester Fillingham

    Brother Lester Fillingham died unexpectedly on May 24th 2021.   Lester joined our union in 2000 when he began his career at NYSEG as a Meter Reader. His time in the meter department proved early on that he would make a positive impact on the people that were lucky enough to know him.   When Lester...

  • Happy Fourth of July

    On Sunday we celebrate the Fourth of July, America's Birthday. On this day in 1776, a group of colonists organized together to declare their independence from England and the King. This revolutionary spirit has stuck with Americans for generations as we have organized around many issues, including...

  • Remembering Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrfice

    On May 31st, we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. While Memorial Day weekend is often seen as the unofficial kickoff to summer, take a moment to remember those who gave their lives so that we can enjoy the freedoms that we often take for granted. Pay your respects to...

  • Remembering Don Tuttel

    Spring is here, as we reflect on what was a very trying year, we hope things will start to get back to some type of normalcy with the availability of vaccines and people getting them in their arms. As we go forward this year take care of the things that you can control whether it be health, family...

  • Strengthening Workers Power in 2021

    I hope that you had a safe and happy holiday season. Now we are on to 2021. A new year, a new chapter, a new verse, or the same old story? Ultimately, we write it ourselves. The choice is ours. Let's do everything we can to get rid of: Right to work legislation A anti worker NLRB Union Busting...

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